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Vmoinia Beach Sun 



Published Every Thursday 
in Virginia Beach for the People of Virginia Beach 



Volume XLI, No. 40 



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In Virginia Beach 



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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1966 Two Sections- 16 Pages 



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HILLTOP SITE DRAWS LARGE CROWPS 



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Greater Tidewater Fair Far Better Than Just Tair 




WVAB STAFF ANNOUNCER SAM SCOTT, (not the Chrlc Center 
Otareolor), m^Ajt tit from 10:M ■.m. to 2:30 p.m. monday through 
FrMnjr. helped put the new itatloii on the a'r yesterdav. (Sun staff 

WVAB Is On The Air 




VHRlGtSNIA BEACH -^WeAies- 
day RMrolng the City of Virginia 
B(»ch once again had a hcnne- 
owned md b«ne operated ra<fio 
atatioi^. Dte oall letters o! 4fae new 
station are WVAB. 

Hie new atatiiM, with studios 
and citkes located kt SIOB Padiit 
Avenue in the same building vtith 
the Vta-^nla Beach Sun, is owned 
bry Sea Broadcaating Corporation. 
Sidhey S. Kdlam, is president- 
trraaurer of the new corporation. 

fllie Federal Communications 
Commission last week panted a 
Hcenae, transfer of the old WKVK 
radKo station to Sea Broadcasting 
and approved the change of call 
letters to WVAB. The station had 
i^een owned by Atlantic Communi- 
catfom Corporation of Arlington. 

Set^entent of the transaction was 
completed Tuesday afternoon and 
Wednesday morning WKVK ceased 
to exist and WVAB began its 5,000 
watt dayli^-to-dark operation. 

Hie general manager d WVAB 
is Al]m Mdiellan. Tlie music 
poHcy wiB be "up4«npo," witii- 
out Boine to rock-'n-roll. and large- 



ly instrumental," according to Mc- 
Lellan. New locally focused pro- 
grams will be offered also. 

It has been three years since 
Virgioia Bead) has had a home- 
owiK<i radio station. WBOF was 
succeedfld by WKVK with absentee 
owoer^ip. Now WVAB is on the 
air at 1550 on the dial, offering 
not oiJy local programming, but 
also the faciliyes oi the Mutual 
Broadcasting System. 



DEADLINE 

Saturday, Oct. 8 is the 
deadline for registering to 
vote In the November 8 gen- 
eral electionB. Precinct regii- 
trara will hold their books 
spen through tomwrow and 
the City Regiitrar, Mrs. Cot- 
ton will be in her office at 
Princess Anne Court Hoiiw 
Saturday from 9 aon. imtil 
S p.m. 

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Road Work 
Programmed 

•RXmiLOND - The Siate High- 
way Dcjiartment has programmad 
a project in the cUy of Virginia 
Beach for dividing tba fi::al two 
lane portion of US Route 60 (Shore 
Drive) between Ocean View and 
Virginia Beach borcu^. The sec- 
tion parses Utiouga Si^a^h^re State 
Park. 

The project was requested by 
Virginia Beich City Counc^ on 
Sspt«^ 12 for financing #d£r 
thettlfean highway program es 
tiblishcd by the General Aosan-i) 
ly. The program providas tiial 
state and/or federal fundi finarc? 
per cent of the cajpt of such ur* 
ban wo:k, with the city paying 1- 
per cent. The project is estimate: 
at a cost of $525,000. 

Preliminary plans caSi for 2.72 
miles of graaing, jrainiiig and twr 
lares of high-type pavrtnert paral- 
lel to the existing road, with a 30 
'oot median between the o!d and 
new laites, from the west entra 

.Vtlantie Avenue. 

•Higliway Department engineera 
are making final surveys and plaitt 
and state urban officials said they 
hoped to be able to gel the work 
under way durii^ the conAig 
year. 

Tia Highway Departmoit aj^d 
Virginia Beach are currently divw- 
li^ another bottleneck in this route 
as a Federal Aid Urban Project. 
This is fte $1,942,000 Lymjhaven 
Inl^ bridge and approad»s be- 
tween Ocean View and Port Story, 
scheduled for completion about the 
ffld of tMs year. / 

To Meet In 
Williamsburg 

f The TkJewat» Dirtrict Council 
of Nati<Hial Council d Accredked 
Fk>wer Show Judges will have its 
first meeting of the year at the 
Willianuburg Lodge in Willans- 
burg. on October 10, Monday, ai 
10.30 am. 

. ^11 mendtKrs who plan to go are 

a^ed to meet >n the parking lot 

of the Nansemond Hotel at 9 a.m. 

PlaiB are to ^op by the Pottery 

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MAYOR FRANK DUiCX, fliird b^ ttght, cut the ribbM to staii tiie Greater Tidewater Fab- in cere- 
monies. Tuesday afteraooft. Assisitag b the duties are City Manager W. Russdl Hatchett, Assistant 
Oty Manager Ri^er Scott. ComAoawealth's Attorney Robert Sfanpson. Elks jtfesident John Shand 
and other Elks officers. (Son |Aoto by Moore) 



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Nettle Bill Introduced 
By Con. Downing 

iWIASHINGTON — First DiMrict C(HJgressman 'Riomas N. Downing 
of Newport News has placed three new bills before tlic U. S. House 
of Refweaei^tives. One of the bills wouW set up legislation that 
would expkire the mounting problem of sea nettles, or jollyfidi, along 
the union's beadies. 

In Vkgii^ Beach, officials said 

that the nettles have been on the 



fish protein concentrate. 

A two-tliirds vote will be required 
for passage of a!^ three bills, be- 
cause they are i)eing considered 
under a "su^nsion calendar, 
where quick action h allowed, ac- 
cording to Downing. At present 
Congress is pressing toward ad- 
journment prior to Uie Novembe: 
general electron. 



increase in recent years, particu- 
larly in toe rivers a.nd at the Nar- 
rows and <m Long Creek. They 
have also been (hi the ino-ease in 
Ches{^>eake Bay, and offer a threat 
to bathers in Virgiria Beach, ac- 
cording to infomved sources. 

Downing said that he "expects 
passage of this bill and the other 
t^^x) introduced." 

Probably the most important of ■ 
Jie three bills on a national and i 
ntemational scale is one that ' 
vouid extend trom three to 12 
.niles the Jurisdiction in whici : 
vmerj«in lisning vt;ssels wi,jld e.\- 
.•rcLe virtually exclusive riglits. ' 
rhe b^ll is design^xl u aui A.i..ii- j 
.an fiihermen and also to ds ' 

jurage visits by Japa.vese and 

tussian lishir.g vev^.^ tj our ^ rec;..ily. It pre ently L 
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Computer Is 
Working Well 



Russian trawleri, were seen iLh- 
..g oiica t..o ..umni..r Oif Virg.nia 
ii&ch ar.d th.e Vug ma cs^e.,. 

The L»ird bill wiu.d e-.aolish a 
^iiOt lacU.-y ur thi p^rdu.Hion oi 



Innkeepers To 
Hear Kachlein 



V I ;a.NL\ ES.\CH - The a.-uiual 
ImJcccferj Associalic's in&.al!a- 
Lon bai.qutt will be he'd Oct. %i 
it the Cavalier Houl. Dinner will 
i>egji at 7 p.m., pre.e-U.J by a 
„cK:.ai h„u.. 

Princpa' spedccr of the evenjag 
will b« Ge«:ge r'. Ka,:hl8in. Jr., 
aecutive vice-president of the 
.4um.r.can Automcoile Aaociation. 

Kadilein'3 toone will hi 'Ixm- 
He. Travd ati Toi'rian." sime- 
thii^ of great importance to Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

I^Mein. formerly a |»txnineBt 
W^ublngtcn stirte attoraQr. was 
naniRl to the top AAA post in 1986. 
at to a ra^dcBt of Se^tk, Wm^ 



V.'.raJXa beach - The 'city's 
new ;i£iM 1440 computer has b:e. 
himiming alcog J. its jcb of orn 
puang s.nce the ci*y acquired it 
•t.acn..'- 
a CJ.'.ege couise as well as handl- 
ing the p.o'.ic school p3yi»,i. ^uae. 
/'vtn to it. 
"n^e c:.mfuter wri the fiuit o 
more than i^ x ff.cn.hs oi prepara 
ticn, a, J costs thj city about 
$4,0C0 a manJi. 

Cj-1 Russ, ai cciatrd with the 
manu.aciurers oi tliD c i'., u.jr, ;. 
teaching a claas in basic com- 
puter cjnc£;U with the mac!:i c 
i92h Thursday evening from 7 to 
10 p.m. Tiie college of Will an 
and .Mary ir o'fjripg cai cge cedi. 
for Uie course to these who ar. 
enr l(?d in it. 

t.iere will hi othc' -t-dnt '. 
ihi near futu-e. Stt Jents 4rom Ks! 
lam and Princess Anne Kg: 
Schools v,i'! b? affo.'d^d an 3-por 
tutity to learn bxsir <»n^u;:r con 
cepis in special cK'ssi; cferc- 
thi-cu^ thrir respecL.\e scha;L. 
, The computer wiL hard'e evera' 
other jgbs this year, such as the 
dty {»yroll, welfare checks and 
registers. 

Otha- jobs ttiat are p-e»Httly 
hanl^l ^ lentf machines wiH be 

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Hospitality House 
Open This Fall 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Serv- 
icemen's Ho;^itahty House, tocat- 
ed in the old hospital boilding at 
25th Street and Arctic Avenue, con- 
tinues in operation despite the end 
of the summer and associated 
sports. 

It is expected that the Hospita- 
lity House win continue to operate 
through the winter. EVen thoiigh 
iiV'inmiing and sun bathing has 
stoj^d, the influx of servicemen 
has not dwir.,:ried. If there was any 
decrease in the nim'.ber of men, it 
was too small to notice. 

live center will continue to (der- 
ate on a wedc-to-week basis as 
'ong as servicemen wscA it to stay 
open and there are funds for its 
operation. 



By H. JOSEPH LOWENTHAL, JR. 

VJilGIWIA EEaCH - Neilhei 
rain nor mud an lacjc Oi liine 

caycd ti^.e sponsors o( the Greater 
Tiic'waler Fair \ssoc:atii;n f.-jm 
.he .swiit con.',,letioi) tl their ap- 
poi-ild lai'ks, but ui! three cor- 
tribuied tj the 24-hiiur delay in 
opening the entire iair at Hilllop 
to the public. 

The midA'ay ridcs began to ar- 
rive at the fair site early Mor.day 
mcming before dawn, giving the 
carnivd workers sufficient time to 
..jet up shop prior to the 1 p.m. 
s:'hed..Itd d^rlKg. But the heavy 
:ai.is of the previous few days had 
taken a heavy toll on the grounds. 

The heavy equipnKnt began to 
sink into the mud and stuck tinidcs 
were everywhere. It sotn became 
evident that the rides could not be 
set up in time, and the decision 
was made by the Fair's Genera.' 
Manager Steve Rose and John 
Shand, president of the Virginia 
Beach E;k), c!>-spon.=:or3 o! the fair, 
to delay the opening 21 hcur.^. 

(Monday night, preview night was 
held. Moit of tiie exlrbits, includ- 
ing the i.-dustria! aiid agricultural 
and niilitary exhibits were open. 
Sun-jner Sands Playhouse played 
a perfomiancL* of " Tho Dtuskaid," 
The art exh.Tjit held (orth a.nd 
Alice Brewer White had a fas.hio,i 
rf»cw. 

Admission to the grounds > was 
free Jtonday night and a rather 
large crowd was on hai:d to,see the 
^ws, the exhlMts and watch the 
midway continue to take shape. 
Here and there a car or two was 
stuck in the mud iii the parkir^ 
lot. 

State Senator William P Kellam 
and his wife Jo, and Virginia Beach 
Junior Chamber of Cosprnerce 
president Fentre-s modeled c'othes 
in the fashion show from the Ckith- 
ing Chest. 

By Tuesday afternoon, even 
though a couple rain showers fur 
ther dampened tfie spirits of every 
one and further nuiaJied the mid- 
v\av, the fair opened, and the first 
such spectacle in 40 years in Vir 
gmia Beach *as underway. 

By Tuesday night the fair was 
in full swing. The nudway was 
operating, noisely nnd in fu'.l color. 

CokrfiJ teddy bear."* were there 
for the asking if one could just 
knock those stuoid steel milk bot- 
t'^ off the table or if his aim 
with a dart \was good. Tliere were 
g^mes for everyone, and everyone 



seemed to be having a fine time. 
liis lillle cr.es weie bug-eyed at 
the lights, tiie noise and ail tha 
people. But fortified with candied 
3;piEs, coUcn candy, pep corn, 
fivnch f.-ie.- and Mother's band, 
tl-ey endured it all 

R:se s,-mi!rd co:itentcdly Tuessfey 
ni^.t as all went smoothly. He 
,;:.d, a- he looked arourl s;irv:^ 
irg it a!!, "This is what I «>vi&iai- 
cd. New it's a'l worth'.vhile." 

This wa? in sharp contra'..t to his 
«,vcrrifd statements Monday wbcn 
he sad. "I'm ui:set at di-appolBt- 
ing all the people who were ®- 
pectii g us to open If day. 

Rjt no one soemrd to mind. 
Tliey apparently held no mali3e. 
They simply were bavin? too good 
a t'me, and he v/as forgh^en- 

Shard was everywhere at outs 
en Mond ly he'ping this one and 
that rr? get set in. He too relaxed 
bv Tu?3:Iay. ev^n when the 
wtatherman still io'us«d to coop- 
ciate with the cutd.^or activity. But 
he b3r.T:ed, and s.qid. "rm having 
3 '• :rdeiiful time." 

So was everyone else. TTiere was 
semeliing for e^/er^ore, fixm tiie 
f.:n haL-se to the dofble ferris 
wh:el. from the frcrk she* to Ui? 
Pfli4«i5tural exhibit r.nd even froen 
the lark of clothes at the bur%k 
sho^fr to the beautiful new clotti^ 
at the fashion shows. 

Crcwds, ev«i larger than ex- 
pected, jammed the fair gromds 
frcm opening day on. It will remain 
open until October 8. Tiie fair has 
been called "a great success" by 
all those involvoj and plans are 
already being formulated for a 
permanent site and permanent ^ 
msal rfwws of the future. If this 
year is any barometer, the peoj^ 
of Virginia Beach will be th«-e 
year after year . . . And so will we. 



New Appointment 

VmGlNIA BEA?H - dty 
Coimcilman John W McCombs has 
-esigned as a memh'r of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Ero-icn Commisskm. 
according to a spckesman fcM* the 
Commisswn. 

Former City Councilman HiiTh 
L. Kitchin, has been aptxrinted/\o 
lie commission lo retrace Mc- 
Combs by Governor Mills E. God- , 
win, Jr. 

McComlw was recently re-dKt- 
?d to Council. Kitdiin did not s«dc 
re-decti(m. 




Sirt:VE CKlitP, right, aid h'j bratiier 0«ii', were am^og the group sf 

tkat received Ihelr t*eert h«m Ike Whp^ B«kA Cluunter of C«m«ce's Afr'-^idtv* 

tke Extenslaa Senrlee Aftat. Ae b^a {mi gMs. tM) «U n^ tiw alMn hr we 

44 cattte-frMitef cMieit. Ite wM* Ind bcca pMiorcd at Ike 

far a «e^ priw I* Am prmrttHna, Qw •{ ttw ikttn, hred ami nlwd Igr 

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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, October 6, 1966 



^e Show 



SNhtar, affOtalid with tks Atncr 

tWiM Gwdans od Octtt«r li 
PhraOMAgi Swahinvwffl be the 

er Uid|». M ^ unk ttne, Oct 
M and IS, the Anoteui Rss; So- 
<^ viB hoM a Ju^i« sdKMi at 

StaK lor the R:»e Show will 
bi HwM ifeHMfy I^tt" wd is 
dtdkitai |o the meiBory of Ealir 

n^ial »m^^^^^ ml ItiM Tiilifil i r 

BaaeSade^. . 

SiAmfaQr*s sd^^dole is from 3 
to 6 pjn., aod ^aiday's {rom 10 
«.ra. to S pJB. 1t« i^BW win be 
M lin tfae A A u M atoatlBB Buiid- 
% in Norftik BotaMcal Gardens. 

AHa |pMiaca> aaoalMi^ h roaar* 
liBs dkc ai% JuvHcd to aatar their 
leA ^edmea bboeu in the show. 

&(triei for the hoitiadturd di- 
iMoa wffl he r«oito«d froo 8 ajn. 
la H aA «a Sal«iiiy. 

fii te Jortttk AfWoB. ei^ 
ftaiftt are aoea to the o^iiie 
■id ooe for Tkkwalar Bose So- 
c^y nenbeis on^. 

AdraiMioii is Re; difldreo imdn- 
» yvm of »gt admitted £ree 
i^n aacBnyanied by « adult. 

BAwprd tIih) te tile presideot of 
fee Tlik— lu Bose Sodely. 




Parfy Jun^ ... By OLCA EDWAkDS 



MRS. AUDREY TOZER and Mrs. Alice Dubois. Mrs. DuBois in- 
Iradaees habvj trhe heads the Virghik Beadi Unit, and to first 
Tiee president «f die Norfofli-Vlrghiia Beadi League of Women 
Voters. AUee is on the EdocatlMi cmnmittee and is the weD-lmywn 
Mr of the Sonraer Sands Playhouse, (photo by Cassandra) 

League Luncheon Held 



VmC^'TA BEACH - An Qrien- 
tation Umdieon for the Norfolk- 
Viipnia Beach League of Women 
Voters was held recently at the 
Blade Angus restaurant wkh more 
thes a hundred wonien is attend- 



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AasAar aid (br^he owiar-cohired head: proper shaping and 
aMog. Ihafs to tain away the splitting ends. You nti^ liken 
it to the praiAig of a {dant— it makes way for new growth and 
prettier "fdife!" ( 

OUR NORFpLK LOCATION 
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ance. 

Mrs. Robert Niwbaum, presi- 
dent, [M^sided and Mrs. E{^riann 
Spivde, immediate past president, 
traced the Lea^^ie's history. Mrs. 
F. L. DuSdIs gave, in clewrly 
written verse, the announcement 
of the names of the Board mem- 
ben midct faiclude Mrs. R. J. Tay- 
kir, Jr., men^rship chairman d 
the Virghiia Beadi Unit; Mrs. 
Ridiard Van Tii&urg, diarman of 
Voter Servke, and Mrs. Vidor B. 
Tate, dmimm of Htmum Re- 
sources connittee. Mrs. Tate has, 
wish her committee, just com- 
pleted the "Know Your Ci^ Gov- 
anmeBt" bodckt wUcfa «« now 
«■ sale fariSc. 

A aewcemer to Vli^ginia Beadi's 
League is lbs. Itebert Stern, wife 
of Profeaor Stem of (Md Domhi- 
i(»i qpU^. aie wiH bad te fi- 
aanee drHe at the Bead). 

An hit««sthig highly of te 
meeting was a roil call of l^ih- 
P^acee of the women who atteaded. 
CWy twdve were native Vii^- 
iaai; c^her birthplaces inchided 
sioh faraway places as Adnns. 
Oolwado, Sawaii, Illindsi €aantia, 
Caliteiiia, Ohio, aiai Oldahdna. 

AttracUve name U^—p^ far 
mentors, gold for the Board, and 
white for prospective members- 
were made by Mrs. Taylor. 

The purpos? of the League is to 
educate the public on the import- 
ance of voting in all election?, lo- 
cal as well as state and national 
levels. 



By Cassaa-fra 

A poputor ditty, "'It Was Jnst 
3& of Those Sangs", is » catchy 
ji lyrics, and sa raucous in ryJ.iy.ii 
.hat one has to dance, when it'l. 
?la^. Last wfeek, "It Was Just 
One of The^ Ni^s" eouid teve 
been t' e title of anofter song, de-- 
scr'bing the purposeful, fun-raisinf 
and fund raising Fieila put on by 
Jie Vli^^a Beach Lamili^ter 
CSnpter of Jie kteg's Btafhters. 
The cocktaU party, for the b^ns- 
t ;[ t^He Cardtriogy Critic n the 
soon-to-be rtarted Medical com- 
!ac in Norfolk, which, with it; 
ighly trained, brilliant st^ff of 
.::art savers-some are heart break- 
era n appearance, aiss — was held 
n li-e blue-toned, tasteful Sir Wal- 
ter R30 mof the Americana. 

MO Or more guests f.owed over 
into the adjoining porch, overfeok- 
ing the Atlantic, where lights 
flickered from passing ships, mid 
candle ^^^ from silver candelabra 
softened the faces and flattered 
the fashionable outfits worn by all 
the ladies and their escorts. 

Met at the door of the tabby by 
Mrs. Jdin D. W. Cassada, Jr. 
(efficient publicity chairman for 
the chapter), we felt the elegance 
of the occasion, but remembered 
that this grol^) of women is always 
just as active tA woddng for ww- 
thy dvic caeses as it is hi pla3nng 
for them, aid that the donations 
received at Kiis party and others 
were already sfHag the Uwes of 
defenseless infants and chUdren 
and the sanity of adults wi)o love 
them. 

iUtterd Kedey, maaa^er of The 
Americaas; aod MEISs Grecae, 
veteran Man FVi^y and Ms a^ 
sistants were on hand to gratify 
every wish. Ptak candles k |!all 
silver caadddbra were Lan^ 
lighters on tables ladta with deU- 
d^ horse d'oeuvrea, dieeae rare- 
bits, meriague aiaekettes nd 
Myster CM Borixns. Mr*. Ma^ 
KiHaM had crurted ho- ostial v- 
tlstic flower arrat^emeots tf |dak 
carnations and pate reipiienT 
complimcntary tens gf FaQ 
flawers as coil^ {rfeces far the 
oodctail titles. Vfs. Kelfadn wore 
n unmally ^trndhw gawn de- 
siped by Harvey Bevki. it was a 
Aott. dtoed cftee of f>»td pUi, 
bhie aad siher wrifi- tbt boat 
aedkihie was enhaiiead #i& a 
flowhi^attadied «ratf of £he same 
material, cau^ at o^ Jhodder, 
and falMng grtceftiUy to H hdn- 
Une. tit. BesBBctat^ Miaey ReH- 
am was his usual gr^ious self— 
politics forgotten-^t this taformal 
gathering. Senator Bill Kellam. 
affable and tastefully attired, mix- 
ed graciously with the guests and 
attempted to keep cp with his wife 
Jo wHa wf|3 "'Scattering sun- 
shine' all over the place," wearing 



a rmart p:.nk linsn C3ckt3'l dresr 
Mrs. Patrick B. Allen, part} 
diairman, Mrs. W. G. Thompsou 
Mrs. J. Peter Holland, Jr. and 
other me.*hberS of the Lsnipligbter 
Chaptci" siTViA. Mr*. Allen wore 
a lwati«''s §eeeB eodctail <hress 
with peek-a-b:>j shoulder motif: 
Mrs. Thompson wore Navy with 
v'.'te capeLke collar"; Mrs. Ro- 
land was a'.tired In black c^pe 
with Isrge cocoa bronMi shoulder 
bow. 

Sfr*. Cassada, in greenish Jlqi 
ch'f'cn, was dcor hostess and we 
btjt.i admired the unurjally at 
tractive outfit of .Mrs. Walton Lak 
RcBB who wore a short Bkniire 
b'.ack kce ciught in t'-e back at 
tile hi^'i waistlin- with a largo 
black svtln bow. Frcan her shoul- 
ders fiswed a short train of black 
lace. Mrs. Aanie-^ Rdfaan. wha»3 
wafer-thin salad sandwiches had 
disappeared 13ce magic, looked 
tovely ra yelkrw-brown satin with 
rounded neckline of fur, while red- 
haired Mrs. George Bryson's 
bown was of moss green and 
black brocade. An item higfil'.ght 
of the party was^the fact that 
Mary Peters :n, leader of this cir- 
cle, was on her honeymoon in 
Hawaii as Mr. T. Roy Grdbbs. Her 
wedding bouqud had been thought- 
fully kft bdlind to decorate flie 
front lobby for good hidi. 

Or. aad Mrs. Robert J. BatMrt- 
soB, * were iH^sot. Dr. Robert- 
son was hitroducing Ua new le- 
aociate. Dr. CMateey BaiflBati, 
»to with. Dr. Aady DiiMasii, 
form an outstandii^ triumphirate 
d Cardkih>^sts ui Vh^ia ^di 
Mrs. Satrtioa and Mrs. Kalertaaa 
wore most attractive cocktail wit- 
fits and this group adtied its dig- 
nity aad duum to the eccaskm as 
did the Bevmiy Mri Aba. Maeon 



Women Help Library 



SAYS'DE - Pl:;n= to have a 
complete and up-to-date reference 
room at the library branch. Bay- 
side Public Library, socn to be 
con;truoted on the new highway. 
Independence Boulevard, tock a 
giant step forward last Tuesdliy 
when the Woman's Club of Chea- 
peske Beach presented a check cf 
$:5,000 for its stocking, at a lurch- 
eon meeting held at the Black An- 
gus. 

The gift was presented to Mrs. 
Paul Maestas, charman of the li- 
brary L.,ard. and Miss Margaret 
C. Cap'~s, head librarian. Mrs. 
Harry W. Fulford, club pre;id3nt, 
mad? the presentation between the 
pages of a b:ck called "History of 
the Virginia Federation." 

"We hqjc." she sakl. "that you 
wffl find a fdace on the libi^ry 
sheH fw fills bock. Our mem}»r- 



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items during cHir Grand Opening. 
Drawing for prizes to be held on 

Saturday, October 1 5th at 
5:30 P.M. 



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ship in it hss sure'y been tiie in- 
spiration for the club worit whidi 
enables us to do such work as we 
are able to do for the library." 

Heading u? the progran was U. 
Cdr. C. C. Keller, who presented 
a fi'm entitled "The NATO Story. 
He cc.'-.cluded his flhn narration 
with facts on tfie importaice <rf the 
NATO alliance and stressed that 
while Oir c. % country is iww 
ahead of Rusia in means cf pa- 
trcling of the Atlantic, if Russia 
cor'lnues to forge ahead a 'd rr^Mi 
Lh;ir planned program by 1970, 
they couW very likely surpass us. 

"It is necessary th.it we not be- 
come complacent in our present 
lead. We cannot afford to Id down 
tne guard n(W sj weii (grated 
for ttie Lit. I rts of the oations 
which are a part of the North At- 
lantic Treaty." 

Guests from other clubs includ- 
ed Mrs. George Aldrich of Princess 
Anne; Mrs. Noel Falwell, Cape 
Henry; and Mrs. Quackenbu^ of 
the Ocean Park Wwnan's Chib. 

Mrs. William B. Hu^J^ was 
elected delegato to the Tidewater 
District Meetii« of the Virgiiaa 
Federation. Mrs. Paul Price was 
elected alternate. 

Architect's plans for Hie con- 
struction of the new lilx'ary brands 
caD for a structure costing appro- 
ximately $100,000, and will be k>- 
cated on a f«ir-acre tract vAadti 
%-iIl be ^arcd by a new police sta- 
tron and (ecreation area."" 

Tlie Woman's Club of Chesapeake 
Beach is (xmid to be* able to help 
the library ftind. asid plans are to 
continue he^ whenevw possUe 
for it and its other connamity fgo- 
jects. 

VFWC Meets Tms. 

W^MPKM - Ihe Forty-FotH* 
Fall Distrkrt Meeting of "nde^rater 
Di^rict, Virginia Federatioo of 
Women's Chite wOl he Md at 
Hotd Chamberlin, Old Poii» Com- 
fort, on TXiesday, Octoba 11. 

The Junior noeetnig wfll b^in 
at 0:K am, asd the Gcaeal 

set y* 12:30 p«. 




MR. .^iND Mrs. e. h. church, 

Mr. and Mrs. Pateiek Allen, aid 

Walton who were the pii°^'s o' 
Vb. and Vtn. Steve Seelingor, 

Mrs. Walton's parents. In ecr^; 
lace Stephanie Walton was lovely. 
Mrs. William Long, accompanied 
by Mr. long, wore a deep toned 
brocade. Her silver fox fur trailed 
the floor a la Joan Crawford. Mrs. 
A. T. TBybr was styli^ in w^iite 
satin. 

Among others ligliting up the 
scene with conviviality were: Mr. 
and Mrs. Lynn Kennett of Norfolk, 
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer UMt. Mr. 
and Mrs. George Langley, Mr. 
axA Mn. CSiarks Goins, Mr. Ma- 
hone Tarrall, Mr. and Mrs. Will- 
iam /fludi apd husbands of mem- 
bers: Patrick AUei, Jack Casrida, 
W. G. Th(mipson, Peter Holland, 
Walton Rcnn. 1^. and Mrs. J. W. 
Hdstead, Jr.. and IWr. and Mrs. 
William Sdvy. Mr. Selvy is King's 
Daughters' HospKal Administra- 
tor in Norfolk. 



WiUiam Selvy, Mrs. Amie Kellam. Mrs. Sidney KeUam (peeping), 
L. D. Fhdey, Jr. (tihotos by Cassandra) 



Star q ne Sea 
Woman's Club 



VHKJtNIA BBSACH - Hie fiist 
meetuig of Star of the Sea Women's 
Ch]b a«s fadd 00 Septeoii^ i»h, 
io the ReCTejrtkm Hall. 

Hie mw fMki»s mA eotarndttee 
dudrmaa wo-e mtre^hiDed ud the 
numl>tf and scope <rf p^j^it^ed 
activities assure that "firs^ ji^' 
oitbttsiaste will contkme. 

Hie youth ptxigrams hicJuding, 
school, safety, teen age activities, 
library and literature and Christ- 
ian developnient wo-e stressed and 
many volunteers signed up for 
these projects. 

Visiting the sick in their homes 
and hospital and nursing homes 
was reported already well orga- 
nized and workii^ well. 

The main speaker was Reverend 



Jchn J. Foley, Assistant Pastor of 
Star of ^ Sea, and he discussed 
Christian renewal-^ return to the 
concept of basic Christian pruici- 
ples so that once a^ the obser- 
vation "The Christians, see how 
thsy treat one andher" mi^t be 
the inspiratiiMi of our compl«c and 
overburdened society. 

Old friends and new friends join- 
ed in a coffee hDur and talked 
more of the work they planned to 
do in the coming months. 

The next meeting, set for Octo- 
^r 11, will feature a talk 1^ Mrs. 
Mary Ellen Gallagher, {H-esident 
of St. Nicholas' Women's Club and 
member of the Board of tLie Tide- 
water Deanery. • 




EXAMINING THE PLANS for Mie new Baydfe PnUk Lttrary 
are Lt. Cdr. C. C. KeHer, SACLANT Dbcctor of PnbHc Rdatfons; 
Mrs. Elwood A. Hndson, pubUc^ dudram of the Woman's Oab 
id Chnapeake Beach; and Mrs. Hsd B. Maestas. difermaa d the 
PuUk Lib-ary Boaid. (Son |Aot« by Fadrldt) 

liiiiiiiiMHaBBiiBfiMBi 



THE THEOSOPHICAL 
SCXIETY 

invitM you to attencl a 
Free Public Lecture 



"THE POWER OF THOUGHT 
AND MEDITATKHr 

by 

Mr. & l^n. Mix ieylon 
Work! Travelers wid iecfuter* 





GOLDM fNANMI HOm, 



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B. F. ntANt. JR., Mrs. Heaiy Slwek. ad WUtaaKilli) Hadt. 



KG Garden Club 

LYTflfflAVEN - Kh«'s Grant 
GanilBi 0»A hdd its S^end)er 
meethig at the iKme of Mrs. Pat 
Fk)co. 



The program of the morning 
was hi^hl^ited by Sherman White 
of the Daids P^'Oi. who was 
hitrodiiced l^ Mn Sanders of 
William's Hardware. 

A demonstration of "Antique 
Painting" was presented by 
\^1iite. He used an antiquing kit 
and Early American decals to 
make an old ice cream buckett 
into an unusual magazine hokler. 

Antique painting is a relatively 
new process of refinishing old or 
unpainted furniture to make it look 
very old, and is very popular in 
Early y^nericas decor. 

New members elected and Ac- 
cepted at the meeting were Mrs. 
Claude Shaw, Mrs. Ed Mullin, 
Mrs. Rachel Wills, Mrs. H* Stan- 
ley, Mrs. Donald R. Davis. Mrs 
Robert B. Lynth^-fr., Mrs. George 
Poffenburgef, and Mrs. Sandra 
Cummins. 



Door prtes were awarded 
the concluslottof the meeting. 

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In the t^20't Oranby Street had become NdN 
MWt bwittt shopping area downtown . . . 

Hien H. D. Oliver had been serving for nearly 
60 years. 

S»ps and dqartment stores of every description lined 
the downtown Granby Street. Shoppers crowded the stores. 
The town had l^un to move northward. In thaw years 
H. D. Ohver had long been a tradition in providng ttie 
most re^jeded fiaieral and burial services for all of Tide- 
water. 

Gtm^ Street is stiB a \my stre^ today. fiUed with 
riKflMa. Airf now, vHii m j^ars ol servka bdiind 
tan. a D. OUver is still {rovidii^ the conanumiy with 
the AmA suiriees. mr&perioKei staff, modem factttMa 

ttd ta« to homes, tile neavit hi \%^^ Bradi. »atde 
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LETS TALK FASHION . . . 

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Virginia Beach SU-N, Thursday, October 6, 1966 

Page 3-A 



Newr in i^cent years has ther 
bsen such a markad difference b 
tween daytime and evening clof 
es, not especially in shape but 
color, textujre and ornam'"itat!or 
The accarit for evening is definite! 
on ills Ejjlash, the flash, the shin 
m:r a;id glinfinrer, ths silvered a: 
jeweled. This, naturally calls fo 
an entirely different make-up for 
party facss. Alexandra de Markof 
has cynm u? with an enchanting 
dU3 of {iroduets for lips and com- 
plexions. According to Patricia 
Hume's Beauty Memo "The pass- 
word for both is Moonstone. It's 
etherial gUmmer inspirad by th« 
Taj Mahal in moonlight, its cjbr 
a dreamy silvery mauve." Moon- 
stone for lips is a daring, dazzling 
pale glow, used over another color, 
it imparts a romantic and luscious 
silvery lustre. Moonstone for the 
complexion comes in Aloxandra d3 
Markofi's exclusive Contourbhnde 
formula, a creamy farm of magic 
applied willi a special little sponge 
pad. Alexandra's long-standinr 
theory that more th.an one I'o col- 
or (either cna atm the ot':er, or 
differing colore ;or either lip) 
s;el!s fajcnaticn. lead- to excit'n' 
mixtures in the new colors. Many 
women wonier "why" tm lip- 
sticks of different hues. Well, now. 
you know the blending brings out 
an "especially for you" look. 

THE FALL IS IN 

iEver since top American hair 
stylist Kenneth of New York in- 
troduped the Fall hair style to 
New York's most fashionable lad- 
ies last January, the long hair 
style has been catching on all over 
America. Princess Grace of Mona- 
co, visiting America last month. 




FOXY FASHION — Lotte of Paul Parnes creates a hand crociwt 
look in wool knit gently for a taupe heather-colored great coat 
completely lined and cirffed with kit fox fur to be worn over a wool 
kitt white !ileevele88 dress, low-Uoused over its self belt. Hie 
bateau neckline is caught in almost^halter fashion, a foil for precious 
Jewelry or for its own boa of kit fox (not shown here) worn around 
the collarless coat when buttoned. 



piece is best of all. Jean Louis, 

Washington's Connecticut avoiue 

coiffeur, during a summer visit to 
surprised everyone by adopting his native France, looked over the 

the Fall, the opposite of the sleek- models and fashionables to check J^av^ganza Reeba" Keeley, "of 
look hair styles she has been hair styles. Short curly do's. Beat- Florence Wilson's smart shop,' tells 
known for to! these many years. 1^"^ "°y cuts and eyebrow-level y^ ^^^ ^^ ^ggj popular selected provides excellent care for animals 
Now Paris says tliat to be really {wgs are out. The Parisian look is gy^g g^g ^ Harrods of California, placed away on lay-away for 



bee-busy these days selecting their 
smart, new Fall suits, getting 
decked out for the Big Event, the 
annual Oyster flowl football ex 



s enthusiait'C ^out her collection 
)f knits by Capriel of (Belgium 
nd Italy and also the Mia knits. 
Stunning costumes for the early 
Fall dys. Here vou'll also find 
'ovely heavy crepe dre5ses by Jun- 
^r Sophisticates, both Junior and 
!:ssie szes, and beautiful Junior 
Sophisticates cocktail eostumas re- 
cently featured ui Harper's Ba- 
zaar. This' ifio? is o;en from 
nine-thirty mornings til ^-thirty 
evenings! 

GIFr GOODIES 
' Along with distinctive home ac- 
cessory gifts, "Skee" BuriB, man- 
ager of Willis Hilltop, each week 
presents a Good Value furniture 
oackage and ' at a special price. 
This week he's featuring a cherry 
bedroom suite for $299 which hi- 
cludes a cannon ball bed, douWe-- 
dresser and chest and a stunning 
mirror. In the gift department, 
you'll find many Williamsburg-type 
hurricane lanras, solid brass leaf 
ash trays, wall sconces of d'stinct- 
ve design and black and brass, 
candle sticks of all sizes. When 
vou visit the Greater Tidewater 
"^air Grounds at Hilltop this week, 
-t droD around the cornor on 
likin Road and v?«it Willis Hill- 
,op!. . .There is always soiniething 
new at Danton's, both the Atlant- 
ic avenue and Laskin Road shops. 
Ann Pennington, hostess at the 
latter shop, tells us that this week 
they are featuring a new shipment 
of Halbnark line stationery, line- 
dropper post cards, a series of 
twenty-five cent booklets f<» 
Christmas stocking stuffers and 
unique Hallowe'en decorations. 
You'll chuckle and buy, I'm sure, 
the new and different line of Ka- 
mar stuffed animals from a small 
saucy Pekinese to a three-and-a 
half-foot tall Pie terrior. They 
have their own "kennel" whidi 




in fashion for Fall 1956, you must 
liave long hair. Long hair of your 
own is great, especially if it is 
straight and silky. Long hair in a 
hair piece or Fall is almost as 
good, and long hair plus a hair 



long hail', clear brows, hair piecos 
with ornaments, and braids. So 
take your choice! 

FASHION FLASH 

Virginia Beach fashionables are 



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Our 2Mi Year At Virginia Beach 

• iHalloween JFun Makers 

• Sale Jeweky 

• Beautiful Fall Bags 
<iLinen, Buflap & Leather) 



Gifts 



• Handsome Wine 
iDecanters 

• IBlack Kenya Figures 

• Hallmark Personalized 
Christmas Caids 



, "Every Gift Imaginable" 
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4836F Shell Rd. (Robbins Corner) 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23455 Phone 464-4321 



• JERRY SILVERMAN 


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• FOR THE MEN 

ComjiV.c Wadrtbe 
from tip to toe 



• FOR THE LADIES 

S.irLsvrar to 
Cr<ktail Gothes 



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Towncliff and Bardley. Belter hur- Christmas! Denton's has been a 
ry on down to this attractive siiop popular gift center at Virginia 
and suit yourself prettily!. . . Beach for over a quarter of a cent- 
Catching on like wild fire these ""7 and are they proud of their 
days are the sports coats and shopping friends! 
vests to match (worn with other ALISBEE'S FOUR STAR CHOICE 
trousers) the men are buying at Wind Song Sheer Essence, body 
The Clothing Chest. A goodly num- lo^io" parfumce tfiat caresses ev- 
ber of new double-breasted ^rts ^^y ^ch of you wiUi a petal-soft 
coats in many interesting plaids '«"<* of unforgettable fragrapce. 
are being snatched up as well as You can use it lavishily, lovingly 
sports coats in solid cotors. T^ ~°" ^e ^""s, nedc, shoulders, 
local men are really going for the legs-everywtiepe! You'll love this 
double vent in sports coats as well sheer smooth-on lotion e^)ecially 

as suits. If you're about to buy an after bath or shower. 

early supply of Christmas gift 

ties, don't forget that this season Frank Morgan, son of Mrs. Ruth 

the three-inch wide tie is back W. Ancell of Virginia Beach, will 

and in gay paisley and smart play the part of the Mute in the 

stripes, too. Crew neck sweaters IMversity of Richmond's product- 

and shirts without ixitton down lonof "The Fantasticks." Morgan, 

collars are to be found at "Butdi" who was a track and cross coun- 

Clark's Clothing Chest!. . .Doris try letterman at I*)rfolk Academy, 

Zorn of the Fad and Fadiion Shop is a sophomore at the University. 

ACS Annual Award Dinner 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The Vir- 
ginia Beach Unit of the American 
Cancer Society hekl its annual 
awards banquet last week at the 
Bay Harbour Club. Election of 
officers for the coming year iwas 
included in the pn^ram. 

'It was reported that during Its 
11 years of service to the c<Mnmun- 
ity 20 film programs had been 
conducted for organizatkms; noore 
than 20,000 pieces of educational 
literature had been distributed; 
6.160 dressings, medical coats, 
etc. had been made and distrib- 
uted to 45 patients and two nurs- 
ing homes; 45 patients had been 
loaned GO pieces of sickroom 
fquipment; 156 roundtrips made 
taking patients to clinics in Nor- 
folk 1^ ACS vokinteers; cash 
grants totaled 140; speech lessons 
were given to laryngectomees; and 
cancer prevention studies had 
been made. 



Mrs. Robert Wahab, outgoing 
president, welcwned all present. 
Crusade service award went to 
Joseph AgeBa, Richard F. Dyer, 
D. K. Almond, Jr.. Dr. Charles M. 
Early. Jr., Jerome Host, Richard 
Brkiges, and (rthers. Larry San- 
cillo presented the award^ as Cru- 
sade ohairman. 

Appreciation awards went to the 
Virginia Beach Sun and the Bea- 
con. 

Mrs. Paul Maestas, Mrs. Sam 
Mason. Mrs. Francis Geiger, Mrs. 
Jack Eady, Dr. Howard D. Kahn, 
Gus Riganto, Bob Gay. Al Mc- 
L^Um and Gene Joyner were all 
recognized for t.ieir "out sr Landing 
contribution to cancer bettorT.ent 
in exception Service." 

Jud^e Wahab installed the newly 
elected officers who are Dr. Alvin 
Q. Jarret, Mrs. Samuel Mason, 
Mrs. Francis Geiger, and Walton 
G. Saunders. 



KATHY BRITT 

By Doris Padridi 

When you watch the old movies 
on the laLe show on TV, what is 
the oddest thing you note about the 
female stars? No, it is net ttie 
long dresses. . . it is the over 
accentuated lipstick! No longer is 
it considered good4aste to wear 
triUiant and attention-getting lip- 
stick. Today, the ey:s have it! 

Eyes are more expressive than 
the mouth. Sometimes calkd "the 
windows of your sojI", eyes should 
be the focal point of your face but 
must not htk as if they belong on 
a clcwn or an owl. 

Dafily-applifd eye cosmetics en- 
hancas beauty, and along with an 
appropriate fragrance to stimulate 
interest, a fascinating illusion of 
fanininity emergss. 

ILiese beauty facts are the bas- 
is for all beauty hmts from a train- 
ed make-up consultant — Kathy 
Britt at Sear's Pembroke Store. 
Pretty blonde Kathy who looks as 
fresh and natural as a garden of 
roses, and with only a whisper of 
fragrance to announce her pres- 
ence, is a walking advertisement 
for the elegant products she of- 
fers today's informed (an unin- 
formed) maidens and matrons. 

Kathy hails from I^nnsylvania 
but has lived in Virginia Beach 
for the past couplei of years with 
her Navy husband and three-year 
old daughter, Susan Elizabeth. 
Having been also in real estate, 
she is accustomed to meeting peo- 
ple and sizing up how they look. 
In the public eye herself, she real- 
izes the importance of making a 
good impression with strangers as 
well as friends. 

Kathy believes in the personal 
approach and will guide you in 
your selection of products most 
suitable for you and kx Ite occas- 
ion planned. She invites you to 
visit h6r at the cosmetic section 
for a demonstration. She realizes 
that sonw women consider day- 
time makeup as vulgar or gariA, 
hut if you are curious as to how 
you noi^t look with propwly ^- 
|MiH eye cosmetics, there is no 
time hk" the present for stopping 
in t3 see Mrs. Britt and learn from 
the experts. . . 

Mascara, eye liner, eyeshadow, 
eye-teow pencil are the tools nec- 
essary to bring attentidtf to the 
eye. . .but never the eye make-up. 
The shape of tl» eye is of most 
importance. What native gave 
can be enhanced with skillful ap- 
lication of man's artistic as well 
as scientific know-how and chem- 
ically formulated time-proven pro- 
ducts from a reputable company. 
Small eyes will appear larger. . . 
lasties look k>nger. . .lines and dis- 
coloration can be toned down. . . 

When first experimenting with 
eye make-up. Kathy suggests that 
you use sparingly and select mut- 
ed soft tones to match the natural 
color of your eyes. As you become 
more expert, you may be more 



dramatic for gala occa8k)ns and 
use more tolarful shades which 
match your costume. 

Since the entire face must be in 
cosmetic balance with the eyes as 
the focal point, so must fragrance 
match. Kathy Britt takjs advant- 
age of all courses offered iier and 
she has recently returned from a 
iraining session at Prince Match- 
obelli studios where she learned 
many intirc'sting tips to pass on 
to you regarding how to create a 
omplete beauty image. 

Fr3granc3 suggegsts femininity 
but mixing various scents often 
distorts the picture. Lighter fra- 
grances for daytime w'fh more 
pronounced aura for evenins wear, 
reminds Kathy. "Perfume is the 
strongest product and will last the 
longest so must be used sparingly; 
toilet waters are not as strong and 
evaporate more quickly so may 
be used more generously; and c> 
lognes should be splashed on lav- 
ihly as its fragrance disappears 
in a couple of hours". 

Pretty eyes combined with an 
enchanting fragrance brings out 
the "woo" in man and identifies 
you as an unmis'^keijly feminine 
woman. 




317 Lotkin Rood 

"aOTH/NG V^m A PERSONAL TOUCH" 
VirginialMch 



"CITY I UKNITURE AT COUNTRY PRICES'' 

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BPW Dinner 
Oct. 10 

VIRGINL\ BE.ACH - The Busi- 
ness and Professional Women's 
Club of Virginia Beadi, will hold 
a Spaghetti Dinner Monday, Oct. 
10 at "Comstock", the home of 
Miss Harriet Ailstock, to help the 
Virginia Society for Crippled Child- 
ren and Adults. 

Mrs. Catherine Umbarger, Field 
Director, South Eastern Area, will 
be the speaker. 

M. P. Strickler, vice president 
of tlie local Society, and Judge 
Mary R. Speight, Will be honored 
guests for this affair. 

A Proclamation by Mayor ^"rank 
Dusch will start Business Women's 
Week, October 16-22. Posters in 
store windows will advertise this 
week. Mrs. Agnes Mabry is chair- 
man for Business Women's Week 
as well as the Octd)er Program, 
"Civic Participation". 

Members of the club will attend 
the First Pre^yterian Qjurch 
in a body on October 16. 

Tile Sixth District Luncheon will 
be attended by members ci the 
club on October 22. Mrs. Edith 
fioling will preside and Mrs. Vivi- 
an Giles, BPW National third vice 
president will speak on "Personal 
Development." 

Profits from this luncheon will 
go to the FFO Auxiliary— the lad- 
ies will {H'epare the food. 



PA Garden Club 

VIBGE'IIA BEACH - Princess 
Anne Garden Club monbars will 
meet at the Cavalier Hotel on 
October 10 with hostesses Mrs. J. 
C. Aspinwall, Mrs. Robert Baillio 
and Mrs. G. R. Brerkley, Jr. 

A program of "Conservation" 
will be i»'esented by Mrs. H. G. 
Parker and Mrs. Crawford Syer. 

Mrs. Albert Gibbs, Mrs. Joseph 
Toth and Mrs. M. Bagley Walker 
represent the Princess Anne Gard- 
en Club with flower arrangements 
submitted at the'Gardm Club of 
Virginia's 30th Annual Rose Show 
being held at the Mariner Mu- 
seum in Newport News.. 



MRS. R. E. DAVENPORT, patrons chairman; and Mrs. Erma Mott, 
general chairman of the 8th annual Ant'ques Show and Sale, both 
members of the Princess Anne Woman's Club of Virginia Beach, 
"baby-st" (or is it painting-sit?! with the Renoir. Not pictured, 
but busy everywhere raising funds for its purchase fcr tlie Norfolk 
Museum, is Mrs. Cam Farmer, Tidewater Coordinator of Women's 
Clubs fo- Renoir. (Sun photo by Padrick) 



LEADING BEAUTY SALON 

SPECL\LIZING IN HAIR STYLING 

INTRODUCING 
HAIR COLORING WITH -niE NEW 

"SOLARMATIC" 

BLEACHING 15 MINUTES 

LOVING CARE 4 'TO 6 MINUTES 

TINTING 8 TO 10 MINUTES 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLDC.. 25ih & PACIFIC 

PHONE 428-2611 VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA 



TRASH £r TREASURE SALE 

Private Sale in home-Open to public 

Quite a few choice Antiques as well 

as some Bric-A-iSrac. See them in their 

orlginai setting in old Southern mansion. 

Mrs. Garnett White - Branohvilie, Va. 
(Southampton County— Near Franklin, Va.) 

SATURDAY & SUNDAY 
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A Perplexing Problem 



One of our neighboring cities is hav- 
irig to deal harshly with adults and 
juveniles duririg and after athletic 
events. This is as it should be. Drinking 
by adults or teenagers at school athletic 
events or vandelisnr> on the parking lots 
and on «:hool grounds cannot be tole- 
rated. Certainly fighting, woundings or 
worse cannot be tolerated. 

It is a sad state of affairs when Vir- 
ginia Beach police must have a fairly 
large nunr^r of police officers, civil 
defense workers and even plainclothes- 
men in the stands and in the parking 
areas to cx}pe with such problems. But 
it is beosuse they are there and because 
they are doing their jobs well that we 
can point with pride at the relative 
serenity we have enjoyed at our athletic 
events. 

Virginia Beach police realized some 
^ars ago that all parents did not "po- 
lk»" their youngsters well enough. 
They realized that there was teenage 
drinking and vandaHsm going on at 
games. They set out to do something 
about it and they succeeded in bringing 
^ut a balance of calm before anything 
major happened . . . fortunately. 

But as time goes on, more and more 
policemen are being added to the ranks 
of those attending the games to keep 
trouble from starting. They make quiet 
wrests and the offenders are punished. 
That is ttie end of that . . . almost. 

Stewly but surely, if matters get any 
worse, there will no longer be any 
nighttime athletic events. All will be 
held in the afternoon under strict super- 
vision. This is already being discussed 
«id it would not surprise us if it should 
happen in the foreseeable future. 



Welcome WVAB 

There \% a new and bright spot in 
rtie entertainment world in Virginia 
Beach. WVAB, a brand new radio sta- 
tion has come into being.- It will be at 
the same spot on your radio dial- 1 550, 
where WKVK was, and it will operate 
the same daylight-to-dark hours, but 
there the similarity ends. 

WVAB ^xsrtsJsrand new studios in 
the same buflding where the Virginia 
Beach Sun is published. The sound is en- 
tirely r»w. Also what you will hear 
wh«i you listen to WVAB (and, of 
course, we hope you will) will be a 
well-thought out and carefully planned 
sound designed for the maximum num- 
Ijer of listeners. 

The music will be bright and cheery. 
Thwe will be more listenabie music 
lh«i dn any other station, we think. It 
will be up-tempo and even perhaps toe- 
tapping, but never offensive to anyonfe, 
rei|irdless of age or taste. 

There is a dedicated staff operating 
WVAB- and they have pledged them- 
sel^M to having the best radio station 
around. The Virginia leadi Sun will be 
axiperating fully with the radio station, 
particularly where news is concerned. 
Tim ^ffs of the two media do not find 
Giifw^m in competition. In fact, we 
fe^ #iat one can compliment the other, 
end ^M^ intend to make that a reality. 

WV^ it rH>w a Nxne-owned radio 
tti^Ni. The Virginia Beach Sun is a 
hofimo wn^j nwM^spaper. Together we 
o^ ft^l information, total coverage 
end total entertairrnierrt to Virginia 
fbidi4 ell ^Hjned fcH- the peoph» of 
ou^d%. 

W«.wddW«e WVAS to our midst. We 

or0 |t>u to give it a Ifttorl shA make 

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• What a shame that will be. It will 
take away all the wonderful aura of 
ai'hietic events that all of us have come 
to know. But we can understand the 
reasons why. 

It must then be the responsibility of 
every parent and every student to keep 
this from happening. Virginia Beach 
has little trouble along this line now. 
\\ must have none in the future. 



The Areawide Police Academy 

When the idea of an areawide police 
academy to serve all of Hampton Roads 
and its fringe areas was first discussed 
some months ago, we favored the idea 
wholeheartedly. Now that the Hampton 
Roads Committee for Areawide Cooper- 
ation is meeting again to discuss this 
matter, we wish to give the project a 
boost. 

Since first mention, work has pro- 
gressed on the academiy and a study 
group has delved into all the ramifica- 
tions of the school. It will make its re- 
port at the Thursday meeting. 

Such an academy would provide 
specialized law enforcement training to 
young men graduated from high 
schcKDl but ineligible to become police- 
men until reaching the age of 21 . Such 
an academy could ease police recruit- 
ment problems that have been so pre- 
valent in all cities, including Virginia 
Beaoh. By enlisting young men and 
committing them early to a job, they 
also could be assured of embarking up- 
on a fine career. 

Obviously such a school offering all 
the latest techniques of law enforce- 
ment would train these youthful police- 
men-to-be far better than the short in- 
doctrination and on-the-job training re- 
cruits now get when they join a police 
force. 

One factor, however that must be 
faced, is pay. These highly trained 
young men will be able to demand 
more pay than policemen are used to 
now. Certainly policemen should be 
pakd more now, but with highly trained 
young specialists, this will be a serious 
problem to be coped with. 

Virginia Beach representatives to the 
Cooperation Comrriittee favor the for- 
mation of this police academy, and so 
do we. We consider this to be a step in 
the right direction, especially in the face 
of a rising crime rate each and every 
year. We hope the academy will be in 
operation soon. 

A Successful Venture 

As far as we are concerned, the 
Greater Tidewater Fair is a roaring suc- 
cess. There were a lot of problems 
early in the week to overcome. The bad 
weather and the day long delay did not 
help matters- but it finally got started. 

There is somethirig for everyone of 
every age. We congratulate the spwi- 
sors on a jcfc well done and look for- 
ward to many, many years of fairs in 
the future. 

We missed only one thing that has 
always characterized fairs for us. We 
miss«i the sawdust- which couW have 
control l«l the mud. AAaybe by next 
year, it can be determined whether 
sawdust wouki really have been a fire 
hazarti, as per H^ city ordirunce or 
wh^h^ it would ^w^ saved the 
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THE BEACH THIS WEEK 



E. E. Bridiea. director of secon- 
dary edtuiation in Virginia Baaih 
spcke to the memiKrs of the 
Rawls Byrd Parent-Teacher assac- 
iolkjiis TUei6at etening iii ^ 
m^ cafi^ii. ftrickell, iomm 
«mai£tratti« m'jh^ to WHtlini 
1 Mary pmitotl tJcvia V. P»i- 
il, Ites served as a ptfe'ic sAoal 
_ M^siot at awth NcrMk mA 
Fi-arfdiii. His tojiic *« "Miprov- 
it^ «k QiiaMty erf E>iticatitm &! 
Oeiiefal". 

* * 4 

J. W. Bufllnitim. chsimian o\ 
the Vlrgtoia Beach School Buarel 
gays be is in favct erf a inovp to 
mwify fte Old Dotnlnioii'9 state 
tOftioit graii pi-ogratn. Nearly 90 
per c«it of all funds granted by 
state tod total sourtes under ths 
biMcn grait prt^tm are giVen 
to slt|d«tt« enroued in private 
schotfk. "rtje pfeswit progran 
fita:'*s that school systems whkA 
de not pay a ^re (rf the grant 
are daslted of a ctartriiCEsijrate 
amoiHR (rf state fundi. BiiKfegtoh 
is in flrvor (rf tftofley beHig s«ait to 
public! schools, instead of private 
imtitotions. 

• » ♦ 

The Vhigtaia fieach Democratic 
Chib has UdaninWUsl^ con* out in 
support of Sen. lt*rry t. Bj+d, 
Jr.. Wiltoarti B. Spohg, Jr.. afti 
iRep. Uromas N. Eknraing in tJje 
November gai«ral ekctlfflts. Ehner 
Terrall, presidettt (rf tlie cWb, made 
the aimoittcement receotiy. Byrd 
Is seekli^ to retaHi the U. 9. Seih 
ate seat he was appointed to and 
now hoWs. Spong is running for 
the other U. S. Senate seat from 
Virgiria and DcywrtLig is seeking re- 
election to the House. 
» ♦ ♦ 

The mother of a dilld who was 
stnidt and killed by a car Aug. 8 
has filed a $40,000 suit in Virginia 
iBeadi Circuit Court. The suit, filed 
by Eliz£*)eth Williams of the 1700 



The Virginia Beach Tour 



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The idea of having a Virginia Beach 
Tour similar in nature to the Norfolk 
Tour or the Hampton Tour, is, in itself 
an exciting concept. In fact, we com- 
mend tihose influential folks at Virginia 
Beach including the hard-working mem- 
bers of the Chamber of Commerce, for 
recommending such a tour. But before 
we rush headlong into a project like 
this one- it would seem to ug a lot of 
thinking and a lot of hard work lies 
ahead. 

We grant that, there are many in- 
teresting and historic points in our 
sprawling city. Many of them are rarely 
visited by our tourists. And they should 
be, One of the big reasons why they 
are not visited, of course, is because we 
do not offer a sightseeing tour. 

But that is not the only reason. Let us 
examine some others. Our Chamber of 
Commerce has done a marvelous job in 
promoting the resort areas of our city 
and has brought untold number of 
tourists here. In the brochures sent to 
them are pictures and short descriptions 
of our points of interest. But they are 
not necessarily all-important things in 
our promotion. The inryportant aspects of 
our city still centers around the resort. 



Three Cheers At Last 



. At long last, the State Highway De- 
partment, ^ter many years of strong 
urging and pleading, has programmed 
road work which will deeply affect Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Virginia Beach City Council sent In 
Its usual resolution as it had cbne «> 
many times in the past, begging for 
the four-laning of Shore Drive f rorfi 
Fort Story to Atlantic Avenue, this twfie 
the pleading was heard, and ^e plea 
was answered. The last bottleneck (3t\ 
Shore Drive will at last be gone, ft tbok 
long enough to get the second spah 
across Lynnhaven Inlet- and rK)w this— 
all in one year. 

The Highway Departmerff 6\6 not 
say when the great moment woukJ 
cOTne about, but at least the ^(»k has 
been programmed. Now wd plead fw^ 
top priority on the road list irt the htspi^ 
that something can be done by hkfA 
sunwner. 

Now that the bati is rolling, please, 
W0hway De^rtn^nt, don't \m it sto^. 



One of our points of interest that 
could be included on the tour would be 
the Norwegian Lady. It is merely a 
statue on the boardwalk without the 
stories and legend that surround it. It 
would take a fine tour director arid a 
little sprucing up to build up the Lady 
to point-of -interest importance. 

Then there is the old lighthouse on 
Fort Story, with its overgrowth, its need 
of repair and complete cleaning up. It 
could be a point of interest, but it must 
be worth seeing first. 

We are in favor of a Virginia Beaoh 

Tour, but first of all, we want to see our 
real points of interest made worthy of 
visits. This city has a lot to offer on such 
a tour- but most of it is not worth visit- 
ing now. First, before we have a tour, 
let us have our points of interest beau- 
tified and publicized correctly. Then 
let's show them off. 



We're With You Congressman 



For some time we have been con- 
sidering writing a letter to our Con- 
gressrnan, Tom Downing- about the 
stinging nettles on our beaches. He has 
just saved us the trouble. Congressman 
Downing has just introduced legislation 
before the House of Representatives 
that, for our sakes, must pass. 

The bill would set up a study of the 
stinging nettle problem on our nation's 
beaches, in the hope of alleviating the 
problem. Any brave soul who has ven- 
tured away from l4ie Atlantic Ocean 
into the Chesapeake Bay and the rivers 
and inlets of Virginia Beach after Me- 
morial Day until Labor Day or later is 
aware of the stinging nettles and their 
threat to bathers. Anyone who has ever 
been stung by one Is even more aware 
of the problem. 

Rirtunately Virginia Beach does rrat 
have the worst species of the nettle, but 
what we do have is oad enough. We 
entirely support Mr. Downing's ne^ 
bill. f*)t only do we urge its passage, 
but we also Kitqa full-sp^d aheed In 
ih/b Impleftientetkjn of 0le bill. We %{jp- 
pdie stinging netft« have a right to 
11%*, but they have been lficreeslr»0. 
titlously <x\ our beaches in r^enf 
years. 

Thank you- Congressman Downing. 
We are with you all the way. 



block oif hmsan Road, names Miss 
Patricia A. Tieraey, 23, of the 500 
Bloclt of Longfello3 Ave. Police 
ESt ana TSfernsy im liie driwr 
<rf tte vdiicle that struck 8-year- 
oW Benjanun & WDIImtm as he 
was crosaing Shell Road. He died 
the next day. 

VirginiarBerch police have fined 
more than 70 adjlts a craokdjwn 
on unlicensed b!cvc;les. The rtrict 
enforcemtnt of the ordinance re- 
quiring bates to carry a license 
was begun about tvo m<mAs ago 
in a e fsrt to stem the tide of bi- 
cycle the'ts. In those Ho months, 
hf wever, the police deparlnKnt has 
ro'd more than 5,000 licenses. It is 
estimated that more vhan 18.000 
b'kes ronain unlicenF«d. 

♦ » * 

(Hi^ winds Satiq-day cawssd 
rrinor damage to one htmie in Vir- 
ginia Beach. The d^anage w^s con- 
fired .to the Back Bay home of 
Rcbert G. Taylor. In addition to 
ripping a few shingles off the roof, 
the storm uprooted several trees 
and blew over a grapevine. 

» • • 
Virginia Beach voters are re- 
minded that the deadline to register 
for the Noventer general eleotiotre 
is October 8. Precinct registrars 
will hold their books open throi^ 
Friday evening, and ihe city regis- 
trar, Mrs. Cotton, ^all be in her 
drrice at Princess Anne Court 
House frwn J p.m. until 5 p..m. 

Saturday. 

♦ ♦ ♦ 

The Virginia Beach Bar Associa- 
tion has unanimously endarsed for- 
mer Commortwealth's Attorney 
Paul W. Acfkiss as a candidtae for 
a third Circuit Court Judgeship. 
Tlie new Judgeship, created m the 
1986 session of the Virginia Gen- 
eral Assembly and will become ef- 
fective Jan. 1, 1967. 



IHE VIRGINIA BEACH 
OPEN FORUM 



To the Editor: 

As a member of chapter no. 20 
Dissbled American Veterans of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, born in 
a prior generation that prohibits 
my physical defense of our great 
country, I can do my best to offset 
that by the pen. 

This country, in its infancy was 
composed .sf great men of various 
nationalities. They fought and died 
for w'lat they believed was a 
righteous cause. They did not pro- 
duce the unshaven, filthy appear- 
ing off sprfaig we are so disgusted 
with to-day, that are in evidence 
an, and in, some of our present 
days news media. 

These people create an image: 
these insiduous, ungodly rodents, 
whom we are facing to-day, and 
they imply that this is what con- 
stitutes an American. 

These misfits in our human fam- 
ily are susceptible to the overtures 
of the would be destroyers of our 
nation, by acting as they do, and 
boring within. There is a solution 
to this problem: Place them in a 
concentration facility where tfiere 
is trict compliance with our way 
of life, under laborious ctMiditbn 
until they are rehabilitated, or 
placed in permanent confinement. 
If no law exists at present that 
permits this, in this land of free- 
dom, then letus prod our lawnmak- 
ers of every political faith and 
standing, to get on the ball and 
have it done. Also, to immediately 
get some sort of control so badly 
needed in our educational systems: 
Where, the so called "Hard Core" 
Communists, are steadily influ- 
encing tiese pitiful, misguided 
subjects to revolt against our con- 
stituted authorities. 

Can our elected officials, in high 
places, be so blind and ineffectual 
to this horrible infestation? Are 
we, the constitoents, to sit idly by, 
hoping this creeping, deadly men- 
ace will, of it's own accord, sub- 
side or die out? 

Are the warnings of sjme of the 
greatest men ever born in our 
state, or any other great state to 
go unheeded? President George 
Washington said-quote-"Beware of 
Foreign entanglements". Patrick 
Henry s3:d-quote-"Give me liber- 
ty or give me deatfi." Must we 
stand silent and not defy these 
insiduous events to trans{*e? 

Must We cmtinue to aliA«r tbess 
cowardly humans to hide behind 
what they call, religious scruples? 
One who speaks or uses the word, 
religion, must be fully aware that 
the CommuniMs do not have any- 
thing resembling religion. Tieirs is 
an ungodly belief, and that only. 
Akeady the aieniy is within mi 
outside flur gate. They are carfus- 
ing our cffiuis, from the kiweri to 
the most sujrane. 

At Lexington. Massachusetts, an 
enemy was advancing, whai a 
gr^t kfeaKstic and paUiotic man. 
O^kmd Parker, said-quote- "Do nH 
tn mdem &r«d iqx». If th^ 
seas to ha^-e war, kt it b^ 



here." 

I have noticed, as must you 
have, when these elements are 
faced with force and determina- 
tion, they withdraw. Let us employ 
constancy in our way of combating 
this thing. The time is ripe for us, 
who are worthy of the .aame, 
American, to »tand up f«d be 
counted. Let us show the enemy 
of this, our land, we stand behind 
our great President, whether we 
may agree with the policy of this 
administration or not. He needs 
our wholehearted support in this, 
his moment of great decisions. 
May the good ImA assist and 
help him. Also, may wi as loyal, 
sound-thinking Antericans, arise to 
this threat and destroy it before 
it eventually is tl.ie cause of our 
crying out: "Oh God, why have 
you forsaken us?" Or worse yet in 
our anguish under the rule of 
these unscrupulous vermin, call 
out: "Oh Death, where is thy 
sting?" 

Our best fighting men, by all 
medical tests are already in the 
battlefield, and 5,000 or more are 
dead, defending this nation. Also, 
multiply that by at least four in 
counting the wounded. Worse yet, 
z:mc 18,000 are reported infected 
with venereal disease and other 
unnamed diseases except for Jun- 
gle Rot. 

It is our fervent prayer that our 
flag, the ^-rr.bol o1 all the Wood, 
tears and misery resulting from 
previous wars or conflicts, and, 
of our great ar.d glorious United 
States of America, be displayed 
proudly. Also, that the word. 
"God", continue to be us;d in our 
schools and on our coins. 

My generation of the Cope Fam- 
ily entered this land in the year 
1^, and I believe entitles me to 
defend it in this manner: unequiv- 
ocally, and irrevocably. 

I am sincerely and failCifuUy, 
RAy D. Cope 
3640 MaUbu Palms Dr. 



Dear Sir: 

As a Norfolk-Virginia Beadi 
League of Women Voters member 
and as editor of the just-printed 
Guide to City Government for Vir- 
ginia Beach, (an obligation of all 
such leagues for their (?ommuni- 
tiesi, I thank you for Ide generous 
publicity. The booklet has taken a 
kwg «iB* and laiet fedWons will 
undoubtedly he more informative 
and enact. 

I wish to correct one erroneiHis 

strtcment In the Sun's story on 

Sept. 29. The implication in that 

report was that I was alone in 

this effort. There wre, on the 

^trary, many l^^e manbers 

WM contr.*>utol tj tWs jrtm ixibli- 

catwn ova- a period of Iv^ years. 

Some of their work has bera k»t i 

because of sutnequent change, 

but they should aO receive creifit 

and they all dewrve my gratitude. 

Most sincerely yours, 

MariflB R. Tate 

(Mrs. V. B. Tate) 



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TIDEWATER GRIDDERS ready for acUon when Chowan CoUege'i Braves take Uie field arc, from left, 
kneeling, center Danny Walter, S-9, 170, Hallwood; end Chuck BrlnUey, 8-2, 18S, Virginia Beach; HnU- 
hack Terry Grigger, 6-2, 21(1. Virginia Beach. Standing, left to right, are halfback kicking specialist 
'Glen Greening, 511, 160, Newport News; fullback Ralph Styron, 6-0, 200, Virginia Beach; guard John 
Nobrega, 6-0, Portsmouth. Brinkley, Crigger and Styron gained high school footbaH experience with 
the Prhicess Anne High School. - I 



Colts Down Trojans 25-7 
In League Season Opener 



VIRGINIA BEACH - In Com- 
munity League footiball play, spon- 
sored by the Virginia Beach De- 
partment of Parks and Recreation, 
the newly formed Junior S-man, 
150 lb. league saw action for the 
first tkrie thjs season as the John 
B. Dey Colts upended the Plaza 
'nx>jans 25-7. The Larkspur Larks 
downed the P'aza Raiders 13-0. 

In Hbe American 6-Man Midget 
Division the Thorougfigood Thoro- 
breds remained undefeated as they 
held on to first place by defeating 
the Diamond Springs Wildcats IB- 
IS. The Aragona-Pembroke Pack- 
ers edg^ BACI 2(^-18. The lUans 
blasted the Chargers 33-2. 

The Natbnal 6-man Midget Di- 
vision r«nains in a three-way tie 
for first after the second week of 
play is over, "nie Larks blanked 
the Colts 14-0. This win by the 
Larks kept tbem in a tie for first. 
The Rams, also tied for 1st place, 
down^ the N^uijes 25-0. The 
third team th^ is tied for first 
place, the Plaza Packers, downed 
the Mariners 13-0. The Chargers 
defeated>flreenwich- 14-2. ' 
^ In the American EHvision of the 
8-man league, the Vikings remain- 
ed in first place by defeating the 
Chargers 13-0. This win gives the 
Vikings a 2-0 record to date for 
the sea^n. Diamond Springs 
downed the Panthers 2W1. The 
Plaza Red Devils overturned BACI 
28-12. 

Two squads are tied for first 
place in the National Division of 
the 8-man league; both have- 2-0 
records to date. Tea fir^ tsam; 
the Blue Devils, r:mained unde- 
fsated by virture cf a 28-0 win ov- 
er the Wo&dch rfcs. The Larks, 
who are tied with ths Blue Devils, 
ovcrw^iielmed the Razarbacks 38-0. 
Otiier artijn saw the Panthers 
down the Raiders 20-6. 

COMMUNITY LEAGUE 

STANDINGS 

••8" MAN MIDGET 

AMERICAN DIVISION 

W L 
T-.oroughgood Thorcbreds 2 
Greenwich Tigers 1 1 

Plaza Colts 1 

Linkhorn Rams 1 

Kirk's Grant V'klngs 1 

Aragu-na Packers 1 



Diamond Spring Wildcats 2 

Plaza Chargers 2 

Bayville Barons 2 

NATION.AL DIVISION 

Larkspur Larks 2 

Plaza Packers 2 

Woodstock Woodchiicks 2 

Kempsville Colts 1 1 

Courthouse Chargers 1 1 

Joihn B. Dey Tigers 1 

King's Grant Neptunes 1 

Greenwich Packers 2 

Linkhorn Mariners 2 
"8" M.-^N MIDGET 

AME3RICAN DIVISION 

King's Grant" Vikings 2 

Aragona Cobras 1 

Plaza Red Devils ( 1 

Diamond Springs 1 1 

Baci 1 

Cook Chargers 1 

Jdm B. Dey Panthers 2 
"8" MAN MIDGET 

NA'nONu'^L DIVISION 

W L 

Larkspur Larks 2 

Linkhorn Blue Devils 2 

Plaza Pantfiers 1 

Aragona Colts - 1 

Woodstock Woodchucks 2 

Greenwich Razor Backs 2 

Baylake Raiders . 2 
"11" MAN 
INTERMEDIATE LE.'^GUE 

Aragona Panthers 1 

Kempsville Falcons 1 

Bad 1 

Plaza Redskins 1 

Thalia 1 

John B. Dey Bulldogs 1 

King's Grant Vikings 1 

Diamond Spring Royals 1 
"8" MAN - 150 LB. 
JiUNK)R LE.\GUE 

John B. Day Colts 10 

Larkspur Larks 1 

Plaza Trsjans 1 

Plaza Raiders 1 



Band At Dome 

V11GIN3A BEu\CH-The Hamp- 
ton Lion's Cluib Jug Band will per- 
form Oct. 5 and 6 ^l the A'an B. 
Shepard Civic Ccnu^r, beginnir.g at 
8 p.m. each evening. ' 

Admi; ..ion is $1 with all proceeds 
frc»n the show to be used for a 
icho'miiip fund at Virginia Wesle- 
yan College. 

The concert is open to the public. 



/OUTDOOR 

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• —Quality fixtures by Kim < 

• —Lanterns by Hadco and Argee 

• -Low Voltage Lighting by Nitescaping 
•—Fountains by Kim and Roman 

• — G. E. Decorative Lamps 

2324 Vb-gtaiia fieach Blvd. 

At London Bridge 

340-WK 



Instaflationt 
R«pair and Servic* 

Residential and Commercial 

SOUTHERN ELECTRIC COMPANY 

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Beach Men 
In Contest 




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vlftitNiA fiB.4Ctl - ftlysld: 
High School's swilcf yefll- appears 
^Lsml on the yidirofi. S» for this 
.:a:on, coacti Geoigs V*9^llle'l 
L\ferllns have not faired "k^ 
^m.t the sNMgei' \^0t». Thi£ 
w«^d «ffl be M am-ent. "tht 
^WcA are dtM bi f^ ttie Deef) 
Ci-etk <qusd on Dwp tt^'i hortie 
territsry. 

This is Ver^iDe'S Df t year 
and hs myct face the loss (i quaf- 
eAat^ Jackie Bacns, | ' t>^ 
Jerry Franks *id end Bobl^ Sldfts. 
Thff» thtfcc jrOBigsters wiB be 
ssrrit nec«fd in what was to be a 
"bailing yfe«r." 

the Marlih^ are fttrttnratfe in the 
return tff fiiHbatk Ray Emet-soh, 
ha'ifback Gary Wtttig and quarter- 
back Warit Latlbach. Oth»s that 
should hHp the team thig yeflr arft 
tack'fiRay Burton and center Rot- 
nie Bryan. 

The Mm-litts h^ IS lettmnen 
return tills jrear, btft teck dspth 
because <rf,_ cto^nt sJnrffllftg (rf 
olffjrers in patt seasofK. R d(*«»*t 
lodk as if me Marlins wifl have a 
winning season. 

Otbo- games Ms weekend see: 
Bayside at Deep Creek; Cox at 
First Cokralal; Warwick at KeHiW 
for Kellaim's hoihecrthtog; Nonriew 
at Princess Anne; and Uirion 
Kempsville at Booka- t. Wa:rfiing- 
ton. 




FREEDOBfS FmSt LINE OF PfeFENSf 



TOM COUCH, left, and Tom Follary, right. wei« welcomed ^iward 
Oceana Naval Air Station last week for the Kiwanls Club's annaal 
kid's day tour of tiM master Jet base. Dofaig the welcmnlng was 
l>iflilk Affairs Ofiteer V. Paul Reynolds. Several busloads of chU- 
dren UmnA tte base and were treatted to hach by the Navy. 
(U. S. Navy Photo) 







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NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK QCT. 9-15 



INDIANTOWN GAIP. PA.. -230 
XXI US Army Corps Reservists 
will meet M Fort George G. 
Meade, Md., October 8-15. to par- 
ticipate in the 1966 edition of the 
Corps Conunander's Small Arms 
Tournament. 

The( participants include sppmn- 
imately 200 top Reserve marks- 
men from the Corps' Pennsylvan- 
ia, Delaware, Maryland, Vu-ginia 
and District of Columbia area of 
jurisdiction, who will be shooting 
for team and individual honors. 
The remainder of the Corps 1Re- 
servists involved in ttw tourna- 
ment will be performing admini- 
strative and range support duties 
during the week-long event. Win- 
ners of the cwnpetitive rifle and 
pistol matches will also have the 
opportunity to represent the XXI 
Corps in the First US Army Com- 
mander's Matches next spring and 
in the August 1967 Natioiral Mat- 
ches at Camp Perry. Ohio, where 
the nation's best military and ci- 
vilian marksnea demonstrate their 
skills. 

Part of the Corps' overall Marks- 
manship Program to further the 
weapons firing proficiency (rf its 
personnel, the Commander's 
Tournament has been held ann- 
ually since 1958. This year's en- 
trants will be classified as either 
Master, Expert or New Shooters. 

The tournament will get under- 
way with a three-day Snail Arms 
Firing ScCiool for "new shooters", 
personnel who have not previously 
competed in any matches at 
Corps level or higher. At present, 
86 "new Shooters" are slated to 
attend the school. Instructors for 
tiw course are also XX! Corps 
Reservists. 

Ceremonies marking the start of 
actual competitive matches will be 
held T.iursday morning (Oct. 13) 
on the rifle range at Fort Meade. 
The 1936 matches will feature ten 
rifle and thirteen pistol events. All 
matches will be conducted under 
appropriate National Rifle As- 
sociation rules. Participants in ri- 
fle competitions will be firing the 
M-14. The pistol matches will feat- 
ure both .45 and .22 caliber weap- 
ons. 

Competitive firing wiU come to 
a close Friday afternoon. Or Sat- 
urday morning (Oct. 15 >, Major 
General Harry L. Hillyard. Com- 
manding General of the XXI US 
Army Corps and Indiantown Gap 
Military Reservation, Pa., will 
present trophies to tiie winners of 
the tournaffient's team and indi- 
vidual events durmg ceremonies 
at Fort Meade. 

Virginia Beach residents in the 
competition are: Sergeant First 
Class Kenneth C. Berry, 749 
Maralen Drive and Master Serg- 
eant JaiKs A. Gay. 433 Dorset 
Avenue. 



Match Race 
Sat. Night 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Vir- 
ginia Beach Dragway. kxrated at 
Cree(te, will feabire a match race 
this Saturday ni^t. 

Doi Nicholson in liif Com^ wUl 
face Ronnie Sox in his Barracuda 
in a best two-oirt-of-Uu-M matdi 
race. 

f4ichc!sao hm repo'teAy turned 
178 mp.h. in 7.96 sec., while Sax 
hM tvmd 1S7 m.p.h. in 8.M sec. 
Track promrter Jack De Long s akl 
"This is ^ing to be o.ne good 
matdi." 

Gates open at 3 p.m., tiiro trials 
^aii at S pin. and eoBVCtibOD 
b^M M 1:90 pjB. 



WHE BEIN WM 
nOHI LOANS 



i/i/fiaf makes you think 
we'd stop now? 

There's a story going around that mortgage money is very hard 
to get. 

Well, maybe. 

Here at Mutual Federal, though, we're making first mortgage 
loans on selected, improved property just like we did in 1965 
... or 1949 ... or 1889. We have, as a matter of fact, millions 
available for sound loans on acceptable property in our area. 
Next time somebody tells you "They just aren't lending any- 
more," ask them "Have you tried Mutual Federal?" 



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MUTUALpFEpEm 

OF NOIKM.K 

NORFOLK • PORTSMOUTH • VIRGINIA BEACH 



Virspt^ Bmc)i sun, Thursday, Ckrrobw 6, 1966 



ttSQuaiai) by the act of (ZrlKxeR n, vm-. ssc- 

nttf 4M. I^IIE 31, \SmED SMTGS OOCf:, SHOWING TIS: OWN- 

sasrap. iiANyyQQii^n' and cetoutAnoN of the vibomiia 

iBMB Stm, am PMific Avenoe, Vii^iffla Beadi. Virginia ZN51, p(d>- 
WM wetddjr at Vir^nk Bead), Virgiiua. PUing date: Sepbmber 30, 



t. IN QWHs and adik«sses of the {MiUsher and maneghig editor 
art: Piiiiy«r, Sidney S. KeQam, Virginia Beach. Virginia: Managin" 
fidttor, H. J. Lowenthal. Jr.. Virginia Beach, Vii^a; Editor. Jack F 
llonrc. Vif^OM Bew^, Vir^a. 

7. Hie owiier is: BMch PiAlishing Corporati<», Virginia Beach, Vi*- 
gtala; 91^ S. ICd^am, Virginia Beach, Virginia: Richard B. Kellam 
Vilgi^ Bdtocfa. Vir^a: Hie E^ate of Floyd B. Kellam, Virginia 
Beach. YlrgiDia; Flo^ E. Kdkm, Jr., Virginia Beadi, Vii^ia. 

i. 1i» faKWn boodholda^ mor^i^ees, and other security holde' 
omBtag or hddlm l perceitt or more of total anwmt of bonds, mort- 
gafis «r other sectarities are: None. 

Ihngrmi» 7 and 8 inchide in cases where the i^ochhcId«^ or se 
curity hrider appexs upon the books of the coin|»ny as b-ustee or ir 
ai^ otter fiduciJuy rekrtioo. the name of the person or corporatior 
hf utaom sudi tnstee is acting, abo the statements in Ae two para 
gn^ show the affiant's fuB knowledge and bdief as to the circum- 
ataaces and conations lader «Mch stodchoklers aid security holden' 
Kto do not appear aa the books of the company as trustees, hold stock 
and securities in a capacity othe- than tiiat of a bona fide owner. NanK^r 
mSt addresaes of n^vkkials who are stod^hoUers of a corporatior 
i^kh itsdf is a stoddxMer or hoMer of bonds, mortgages or other 
secwaiei of the publishing corporation have bMn included in para- 
fftfbi 7 and 8 tirfien the interests <d sudi individuals are «quivalait t'' 
1 percent or more at the totol anmmt of the stock or securities of the 
pobliihini corpcwatioo. 



M. Cireulatioii. 



A. 
B. 



C. 
D. 

E. 
F. 
«. 



Avoage 00. copies 
each issue during 
precedmg l2mos. 
6800 



Ibtol msiAier copes prii^ 

fui dmAatioii 

1. 6al« tiavu^ dealers and carriers, 

abvet vendors and counter sales 2156 
t. liafl sii>5cri{^i(nis 419» 

1U^ P»d Orculatian 681S 

fm DiSti^MAion by Mail carrift^ or 
other means <inchiding samples) 310 

IMd nstributicm (Sum of C and D) eOK 
Office Use, Left-over, Unacooimted, 175 
Mai (Sun of E. and F.-Equak net 
pria ran shown bi A) 



Sin0e Issu^ 

Nearest to 

Filing Dartr 

6750 



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6800 67S0 

H. J. Loiranthal, Jr., Managing EOUxc 

10«-U 



Charter No. iiil 

Bepert of cwditiaB of the First k Merchants Natkiaal Bank in 
the 8Me af Vlrgiida. at (he dow of irasinets on Sqpt. 20, 1866, pub- 
MNd hi jiipoMc to caD made by Comptroller of the CwTeDcy, 
mtet Scdioa S2U. U. S. Reviaed StatoAes 

ASSETS 
1. (^sh, bakmces with other baidcs, and 

caab items in process of ooBection $112,470,991.31 

1 United States Govemmeid obligati<»s, 

dkect and guaranteed .■ 63,886,121.42 

S. OUigatioas of States and political 
Stfxlh^kioos 57.817,227.94 

4. Securities of Federal agendes and cor- 
|MntioDsna(.0uuuaateedbyU. S. 74,667.50 

5. Ottier book, ixAes. aoA debentures . . . 2,500.00 

t. Utam and discounts 312,155,489.69 

9.F!»dassets 9,657,364.65 

». Direct lease finandng 1,067,383.36 

11. CoBtemers' li^dity to this bank on 

aoeeptsnces outstancing 2.144.97 

12. Olh«- assets 2,461,063.43 

M. TOTAL ASSETS $669,354,974.27 

UABILinES 

M. Demand depodts of indivkkiais, part- 

oarships, and coiporsAioi» 2^,632.524.94 

lS.^Thne and savings deposits d indivicht- 

ak, partnerrfiips. and corporations . 196,360,186.60 

16. D^x^ts d United States Government 8,263,461.37 

17. Deposits of States and political 

8ii)dtviaG08 33,893,421.56 

19. DcfMOts of connnerdal barks 37,301.774.84 

20. 'Certified and officere' chedcs, etc. .. 2,223.299.31 

n, TOTAL DEPOSnS 1602,714,668.22 

(a) Total demand deposits 1290.671,702.98 

(b) Total time and savings deposits $212,042,965.34 

23. FW«-M ftHids piHdiased 4.100,000.00 

25. Atscqjtances executed by or for accwmt 

of tins bank aad outst^KUng 2.144.97 

IB. Other Us^Mities 8,223.043.92 

27. TOTAL LI.AB1LITIES $515,039,876.71 

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 

Common stoci-total par value 15,377,250.00 

No. diares authorized 1537.725 

^' shTe cutstandig 1.537.726 

• S^^ ' s 19,62,750.00 

■Hi. Undivided profits 9315.097.96 

a. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 44,215.097.96 

n TOTAL LIABILITIES AND 

OAPTT.^ AOOOUNTS 599.254.974.27 

• Tw^-pv D V\(T"^TA*J fA^lMPTRCOJT? o' the abo -^ 
■ s 'V A- <-— ^. /j-^'a-p t»)g» th's ^c^'t '4 coTHJi*''>n 's tni 
■ ' '" li' b' t r-' —• kno"'ed?e -nd be'-ef 

HENRY D NAC5IM.\N 

We, he undersigned dkectcH-s attest the correctness of this 
report of cor;<fition and declare that it has been exanined by us and 
to the beat of our ksowtedge and belief is true sod correct 

W. H. Tr^neH ^ 

Jos. H. M<JOoandl ! njrectors 

A. H. McDow^. Jr. ' 

FRST ft MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK 

*m Arafaaa VTRGINIA VtMH Ricterd B. KeBui 

"hr« Lfc BsMey _^__ 8<d»y S. Kdhun 

< Pari Wtwwm DOAwi j^^^^ ^ 

O. ■. Bah^ Rermit 8. 

fSAnrf B. Chanh W. W. •kCfaua, Jr 

r^m^ W. Cm ^Mll^ ^ °- "■**" 

*"!■ V. riifciii H H ftiMk D. tmnM. Jr. 



' H. T. Rodgerson, president of Climatemakers, lac. with oifices in Virginia and Hampton, Virginia lias 
been elected Vice-President of Falls, Inc. according to a recent announcement by Dr. Emol A. Fails, 
President of the Corporation. Falls, Inc. was organized ia July of this year. Its purpose is to provide 
management training and assistance to heating and air conditioning contractors. Rodgerson (1^) is 
diown in the picture with Dr. Fails as they discussed development of the first programs that wili be of • 
fered by the company. Tliese programs will be explained in detail as they are made available to the 
beathig and air conditioning ndustry. Mr. Rodgerson will have major respcasiUlity for program devd- 
apateoA in Fails Inc. (Phtrto by Oiare) 



A REVIEW 



'Brigadoon ' 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The cur- 
rent production at the (Courtyard 
Playhouse, which began its fall 
season last week, is barely ade- 
quate for corrammity little theatre. 

Only two paints stood out during 
the artire production — the sing- 
ii^ and the set. Tlie singing itself 
was even weak at tiroes through- 
out the first act. 

"Brigadoon," a musical from 
the magic pais of Lemer and 
Loewe, is directed by Bill Britton 
and produced by Bob Henry. The 
functional set was designed by 
Neal Thcmas. 

Music for the entire production 
was provided by a solitary piano 
—mainly because there wasn't 
enough room for an orchestra. The 
music was ably provided by Gary 
Meredith. 

There were only two witstand- 
ing players in the presentation. 
Faye MacKirnion ss Fiona Mac- 
Laren, somehow found enou^ 
time between three children, priv- 
ate voice instructions' and a teach- 
ing job at Bayside High School 
to turn in a sterling performance. 

Norrie Martin, who portrayed 
Mr. Umdie the schoolmaster, as 
usual, put forth a lawless role. 

The rest of the cast. wiUi the ex- 
ce-tiai of Mrs. Shirley Fentres, 
ff-red like robots in the acting 
par:?. TTiey nearly vindicated them- 
selves with their singing, but as 
the rav'r.g goes, "one sour afpple." 

Mrr Fortress, as it seems to us 
was rot siiUed for her part. True, 
the psrt "I'l-Kl for an energetic 
young "old maid." but we feel that 
Mrs. Fentres? went lust slightly 
overboard. Sie made everyone 



HjNtiglibori 



else seem clumsy whenever she 
appeared in a scene with them; 
specifically during the dance scene 
in the first act. 

iBill Walker, the male lead, sang 
like a bird but his role of Tommy 
Albright leift much to be desired. 

The costumes were ri^t for the 
period (1766) but they were dull 
and altogether too drab. Most 
Scotch plaids are brighter and 
much gayer than shown in "Briga- 
doon." 

|n her first venture into the 
theatre, Cam Justice, who played 
Jean MaoLaren, did remarkably 
ft'ell. Although she was Stiff and 
unnatural (hiring the production 
she shows sigrjs of possessing a 
great talent. IT she receives the 
right instruction, she could become 
a fine Kttle theatre actress. 

Overall, the production was be- 
low par for the Virgmia Beach 
Little Theatre. Better productions 
are expected later this wmter. 
— J^?k Moore 



Trip Planned 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Vir- 
ginia Beach alumni chapter of the 
University of Virginia is planning 
a trip to the Tulane^Virginia game. 

Members of the drapter and 
their wives will leave by bus fnwn 
the Citvalier Beach and Cabana 
Club at 7 a.m. Saturday. 

Other events lined up for later 
this year include "a smoker" this 
month at which football movies 
will be shown, and a dinner meet- 
ing in November and DecenAer 
with a featured speaker. 



Omega Delta Tau 

VIRGDJU BEACH-Newly elect- 
ed officers of Omega Delta Tau 
Sorority of First Colwiial High 
school have been announced. 

Cheryl Townsend is president; 
Petie Snider, vice president; Gra- 
de Potter, secretary; Joanne 
Whesdos, treasurer; Loree Dillon, 
corresponding secretary; Candy 
Roi)eson, chaplain; Rebecca Mil- 
ler, goat mistress; Suzanne Dudc- 
worth, historian; and Brkigette 
Hughes, sergeant-at-arms. 





Tea — They're right here 
with me — No they're no tro«» 
Ue at aU— " 



REMOVE 
RTS! 



PROCLAMATION 






^IffiRElAS, Fire Prevention Week is a time both of rededication'h^ 
the many thousands whose aim it is to reiwe fire losses and (rf renewed 
efforts to en^urage the millions of other people whose active help is 
needed, and as the contribution made Hy this observaa^ lowaui^Jf*- 
ducing deaths and destruction by fire is incalculd>ly.Jp|pj|il^.' '»^i'i 

^\'HEREAS, one of the most prees^ig Kfe^wfe^H 
ica is the annual toll of lives t^e^n by dwefio^ i3»*s5ft|f^, '■ 

WHERE.AS. mere than 6.000 people die in theSe trfggf^. 

NOW. THEREFORE. I. Frarfc A. Dusch. Mayor .«fths 
Virginia Beadi. Vii-ginia. do hereby proclaim the week of Octob* 
1^ as . '}- 

FIRE PREVENTION WEEK 

i the City of Vii-ginia Beach, and further proclaim and heartily eii- 

d:rse the - . 

OPERATION EDITH PROGR.AM 

and do hereby set aside Wednesday, Ckrtober 12, 1966 as 

OPERATION EDITH DAY 

and ca'J upon all of our citizens to assist and cooperate fully in this 
program for the betierment of and in support of the entire cfflnmu- 
nity and all those whose efforts in our behalf are dedicated to the 
p Tservaticn of lives ^nd property by virtue of FIHiE PRE\'ENTION. 
'"five.-, under my liar.d this 2eth day of September, 1966. 

Frank A. Du-:ch, Mcyor 
City of Virginia Beach 



A«wgti»f Compound Disaolveo j 

Common Warta Away 
fl^thout Cotting or Burning | 
Doct(»v warn picking or scratch- j 
ing at warta may cause bleeding, 
tpraMiiii|. Now amazing Com- 
p<MmdW* penetrate* into warts, i 
Ae^aoy* their cdls, actually melta ) 
warta airay without catting or j 
burning. Painless, coiorlese 
Coiq^oiind W, used as directed, 
nmovoo tAm™*" martm aaf^y, 
flflKtivi^. ioavao ao ui^ scan 



WKI21EAS. the motion picture exhibitors of the United Sates and 
their associate-: in the motion picture inAetry have declared October 
as National Movie M<»ith, and 

vniERElVS, movies have beoi and continue to be the Natbn's 
greatest source cf entertainm«it for the people of <mr countiy and 
community, and 

\M;EJIE.\S. movies have l»en and continue to be the Nat!o.n' 
greatest s:urcc of enlightening jmd educating not only the people (rf ou; 
cflimtn- and our commurJty Init has carried the .American ideal to aO 
nationr of the earth, and 

WIIERRaS. Lhc motion picture theatres in our ccmmunity have 
contributed so mjch hicpiness and to our prosperity, 

'raUHZFORE, Be 'H resdved that I, Frank Dusch, throi^ the 
powers vested in me as Mayor of die Uty of Virginia Beadi do nereby 
prodajn the period (kiidbs 1 ttomi^ OdBikset U as Virgtaiia Beiu± 
Movie Month and do urge aO dtaois of diis Gkf to sImtc the enjoy- 
ment tliereof ak)r,g with the milhoi» of (rtto* movie-goers of these 
United States, who also will be participating ia Nati(fflal Movie tfonth. 

Frank A. Dusch. liayar 




Mi 
"Our bandmaster thinks I 
need glasses." 

Fill Cracks And 
Holes Better 

Handlts Ife putty. Haniens like traod. 

PLASnC WOOD* 

Tha Otnulnt -t^oouA No SubatKuta. 



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• LEGAL NOTICE 

IN TilE pJEBKS (XmCE OP 

T'-E CiFvCUiT C'v,..iaT ou- iLui 
CITY CiF VIHCJ:NIA iS^AiCH. ON 
T 'E 28tli DAY OF QEjPTEMBER, 

r 'Rn.\Il.\ JOAN HOOD. Plaintiff, 

THOMAS J. HOOD, Defendant. 
oiUJKR OF PUBLICATION 

The objeof of this suit is for t!he 



LEGAL NOTICES 



said plaintilf to obtain a diw)rce 
a measa et thoro to ba mer^-d in- 
to a divorce a viaculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affkiavit having been 
made and filed that ths dafead-' 
am !s not a residem of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 260 East 
Crescent Ave., Ili!arw£(i, New Jars- 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

eiy, it is ordered that he do appear 

hera w'li'iin 1,0 (ten) days aftsr 

due iptblication hereof, and do 

what may ba necessary to protect 

his int2-re£t in this suit. 

A Copy— Te te: 

JCCiN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: J. CUiRTIS FRUIT, D.C. 

Brydgss, firoyles & iMcKairy, p.q. 

13^ iLaskln Road, 

Virginia, Sezda, Virginia 10 6 4T 



• LEGAL NOTICK 

VIRGINIA: 

m TEE CLERK'S OMTCE OF 
THE CiSCUiT COURT OF THS 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
TIIE 4th DAY OF OCTOEER. 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a rouracipal cor-^rntHl, , 
OAitpnihairt 
W CBA!¥CERY ^ 

vs. 



• LEGALNOTiaS 

T. P. POllAm, et als. 
DrfiMidants 
ORDER OF PUfflJCATHHf 

Ths object of the ^3ve styled 
3uit is to sell, free and clear of 
all liens and encumbrances, tor 
' in satisfaction of the liens there- 
on, t^^ose ceHain k>ts, tracts or 
parcels d land, s^usted in the 
City of Virginia Beadi, Vir^rta, 
and bounded and desci%ed as fol- 



LEGAU NOTICES 



lows: 
AU, iS^ fxrtim lots, pieces or 

ptreels of land, situated in Lynn- 
haven Borough, City of Virginia 
Beach, State of Virginia, known, 
mmba^d and des!g.^ated on that 
certain plat entitled "Map of East- 
Norfolk, Princess Anne Co., Vir- 
ginia", dated November 1906, 
by E. C Foreman, C. E., which 
plat is duly of record in the 




WIN UP TO '1 000 CASH! 

Keep Playing "3 of a Kind" af A&P . . . Thousands of^N«w Winners Weekly 

%\m WINNERS 



-/ 



CIRCA-1966 



%ti% Ouf Latest 

No,we're not fickle— , 

We've just been around a long time. . 

This is our 107th anniversary. 

If you're a young married, 

chances are,back in 1859,one of our first loves 

was your great-great-grandmother. 

We served her well 

and the generations who followed. 

What's the secret of our success? WE CARE! 

Is experience, trust and dependability a good 
reason for shopping A&P? 

It's one of many! : 



COPYRIGHT ® 1965. THE GRE^T ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO.. INC. 



MRS. RUTH E. HALL 
MRS. AiUBEL H. JONES 
MRS. ETHEl V. DEAAARK 
^ARS. ANNIE DUDLEY 
MRS. AAOILIE PEARSON 
AARS. ESTHER KUHL 
M RS. NATAUE MURPHY 

SIN WINNERS 



Mn. nie 

Mr. EtiMM I iMha 

Mr. Oovla V. Hw« 

Mr. A. J.- Mum 

Mr. QmiVh I. QerdM 

Mn. *mim i. ctbrr 
«4r. eMt4 K. T)4«r 



A&P CARES ABOUT YOU 



V. 




107th ANNIVERSARY 



mn. K. t< •rapawi 
Mn. lUia* SdMMcM 
Mn. ioMpli W. MBrtla 
Mn. MIM SMw^M, 
Mn. T. M. Coff«y 
Mn. PMchU Geodrldl 
Mr. Honar H. Mitchell 
Mn. Man AIlM 
Mr. Oarf Anitortan 
Mr), (. t. SimpM* 
Mn. Croc* C, Horrli 
Mn. Kdtif GiMiiidUr - 
Mr. l*wli My*n 
Mr. A. W. Smith. Jr. 
Mn. Qortnc* W. Nlckoli 
liir%. Aisrgor*! Wlngo , 
Mri. UMo Sltni ' 

Mr. A. C. Jtao 
Mrt. Ghdrlot!* Dal Vac^lo 
Mri. Naniila ft. Haitar 
Mn. LoulM f . loM 
AAn. $. P. Kav 
Mn. William W. VoK 
Mn. Vlr«liiln Urguhart 
Mr. Rayrpond C. King 
Mrs. Shlilav Foard 
Mr. Ed Mitchall 
Mr. C«y M. Polkot 
Mr. Otroa R. Martin' 
Mn. \yillla Ma» Ma|a»l* 
Mn. (. W. Dbnial 
,Mr. Jihn E. Sralt 
Mr. dill tax 
Mr. Htlimil Petanall 
Mn. Elliobath Wolhar - 
Mn. H, A. Paftiyl 
Mr. John F. Hoikini 
Mr. T. A. Fargyien 
Mn. Frahcai T. turlay 
Mr. R. E. luthar 
Mn. laglno S. Edwordf 



COLOR T.V. WINNERS 

Mrs. Betty Allen, Roanoke 
Mrs. Corine Crews, Lynchburg 
Mrs. Marilyn Green* Fredericksburg 
Mrs. Mary. Thompsbh, Warrenton 
Mrs.: Celeste Riley, Newport News 
Mrs. ',1. B. Kirklond, Petersburif 

MINK STOLE WINNERS 

MRS. HELEN RITCHIE 
MRS. M. T. HOGG 
IT. CDR. J. R. JENKINS 



$5.00 WINNERS 



Mr. C. J. Cemalt 
Mrf. Eliiabaih Foilat 
Mr. Robl. S. lacky 
Mrs. lao Paris 
Mn. Ataa R. Marshall 
Mrs. Marian AndarsoN 
Mr. J. R. Sykas 
Mrs. Maria Hinds 
Mrs I. Srockbrough 
Mrs. Annia Thockar 
Mr. Alexandar ttarrti 
Mn. louisa Smith 
Mn. M. V, Stcphanson 
Mr. Shaiiran Thomas 
Mn. E. D, Saaman 
Mr. Vamon Rebarts Jr. 
Mn. Baulah Walkar 
Mr. A. S. Eubank 
Mr. Gaorga A. Mllli 
Mrs. Gladys Brawar 
Mrs. Cathy Tunis 
Mr. Sigmund O. VoN 

Gammingan 
Mn. ICathaiina Dobbt 
Mn. llllla long 
Mn. W. R. lauson 
Mr. Douta Janutols 
Mr. Howard Dallingar 
Mr. Floyd Williams 
Mn. M. C. Seward 
Mr. William Mclaod 
Mn. Carol'/n Bantlay 
Mn. Mary T. Borkar 
Miss Barbara Cox 
Miss Mory Smith 
MfS. W. I. Raid 
Mr. Vamon Nowad 
Mr. Harold Dalenay 
Mn. AAargorat ligon 
Mrs. lano Brown 
Mn. lallo A. Daant 
Mn. loalsa Groom* 
Mn. Esther $>»tiwood 
.Mr. Clwrlai Friesen 
Mr. Hartwell Motley 
Mrs. Mdbel MTtlnl 
Mr. I. H. Davis 
Mn. Chnrlette Bland 
Mr. I. Burns 
Mr. O. lee 
Mr. W. Bowen 
Mn. Fannie Evens 
Mr. C. W. A<hbroek 
Mn. Mobia Cox 
Mrs. Alice linthicun 
Mr. W. H. Shewl 



Mn. Mono Reofner 
Mn. May F. Lyons 
Mr. Jock Holland 
Mrs. Mary 0. Gowin 
Mn. Minnie J. Hill 
Mn. Gladys Bromley 
Mn. G. W Culiifer 
Mrs. Mary Yerbrougb 
Mr. R. W. Mcore Sr, 
Mr. I. D. Smith 
Mr. W. C. Sutton 
Mn. H. C. Tennis 
Mr. David O Beol* 
Mr. Va. Harrison 
M'. W. E. Christn*r 
Mrs. John J Burnt 
Mr. Helh Owens Jr. 
Mn. Mildred Walden 
Mrs. M. M. Thersa 
Mrs. Carllso Patterson 
Mn. H. R. Wnilami 
Mn. Fred D Heller 
Mrs. F. E. Brett 
Mn. Julia W. GudeR 
Mn. May N. Osbom* 
Mr. W. I. Butler 
Mn. F. G. Hlllsman 
Mr. Noah Y. Morton 
Mr. Alexendo' Harrlt 
Mrs. Annie Thocker 
Mrs. I. Breckenbrogll 
Mn. Moe Marshall 
Mn. Mnri* Hindi 
Mr. J. R. Svker 
Mn. Marian Anrieno* 
hkn, James Cobb 
Mn. Hatlle Perry 
Mn. F. D. Horrell 
Mrs. M. Kleniiky 
Mrs. luclll* Reed 
Mrs. Patricio Anders** 
Mn. Undo llvermon 
Mn. Alice B. Rtdmond 
Mn. Sutlte Klolle 
Mn. Joyce Rose 
Mr. Gaorae C. U* 
Mn. M. McDewn*y 
9^n. M. Honev 
.Mr. Virginli Fay 
Mn. B. I. llnine 
Mr. Earnest Hoooer 
Mn. Mason Mm<Uo(i 
Mrs, Ruh> Stosek 
Mr. M. D. tinner 
Mrs. Fonnle Johnso* 
Mn. Sollie Sheppord 



Virginia Beach SUM, Thursday, October 6, 1966 

Page 7-A 



Better Meals Are Made With "Super- Right" Meats! 



r 



BONELESS ^UCK 

ROAfrS 



NONE 

PRICED 

HIGHERl 



-57 



"SUPER-BIUHT" 

CHUCK STEAKS 

"Stl'ICU-nHJHT" „ , 

GROUND GHVDIt 
iRMT0Jlffi"'"V 

"SUIWR RKiHT" BONELESS 

CROSSCUT ROASTS 



BONK 
IN 



lb. 49e 
Ib.l3e 
lb.tlT£ 
lb. 699 



y 



"SUPER-RIGHT" « le 8 LBS. AVG. SMOKED 



ncNi 



SMCED iMOKID 

LB^43c 



NOllf 

^Ri^ 

HIGHER! 




"SUFKR-RKiHT' 

MEAT LOAF 



FBESHLI 
UBOUND 



"SUrXB-WQHT" 

UVERWURST "^^'^ 



PRICED U>W 

FAT BACK 

BEALE'S 

SLAB BACON 

"SDPEB-BIOHT" 

BEEF LIVER 



PIECE 
OBT SALTED 



BT THE 
PIECE 



SLICED 



FBESH 

CHICKEN LIVERS 



r 



FRTEI QUMTERS U. M€ 

LUTER'S LINK SAUSAGE 



iteAfr 

QUARfilS 
PRISH 



Lb. 



Lb. 



43c 
69c 



FBESH SUCED QUASTEB 

PORK LOINS '^aSi'^^ 

AOAB 

CANNED HAMS 3 

LAKD O' LAKES BONELESS 

TURKEY ROAST 



Lb. 69e 

Lb. 49c 

Lb. 29c 

Lb. 59e 

Lb. 49c 

Lb. 59c 

' Lb. T9c 

^ $2.89 

Lb. $1.09 



Fine Grocery Features! 



Fresh Fruits and Vegetables! 



PRESERVED 
BEEF STEW 
GREEN PEAS 
LIMA BEANS 
GREEN BEANS 
APPLE JUICE 
FACIAL TISSUE 
LUNCH 'N MEAT 
ANTI-FREEZE 



SULTANA 
STRAWBiRRY 

BUNKfR HU 
SKCIALI 

' lONi^ 
REALLY PINII 

OR BUdCIYI KAS 
ALUN 

AAP ORAM "A" 
PRiNCH 

8HINAND0AH 

Kimiix 

2-W.Y 

SUKR-RIOHT 

MMVn 
KRMANENT TYH 



Q iSeQx. $4 00 



3 
6 
2 
4 
3', 



u-o«. $1 00 

Cans 



1 



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Oz.CaM I V 



UVa-Oi. 
Cons 

ISt/i-Oi. 
Cons 



•Of., 14- 
O^C«u 



29< 
59< 
79' 



y y^ 

VIRGINIA RED DELICIOUS 

APPLES 
2 - 29' 



NONE matO HIGHER! 




FBESH WB8TEBN 

BROCCOLI 

FLAMIMO BED TOKAT 

ORAPES 

nosH-nnuTO bicah 
YAMS 3 

8WXKT. met BABTLITT 

PEARS 2 

BCSSKT BAIONO 

POTATOES 10 

ABSOKTKD 

HOUSE PUNTS S 

S-IM OBAKVLATEO 

FERTILIZER 100 

•-IMt PELLETS 

FERTILIZER 100 



Buck 
Lb. 
Lb*. 



•Lb. 
•Lb. 



•Lb. 



29c 

12c 
29c 
35c 
79c 
•N 
$1.98 
$2.89 



? Pfjrker buvs 



Dairy Values! 



!tUf K?U 



4 '2;r 89' 



CHERRY PIES 



13-OI. 



0«l. 



49' 

$139 



WHPfiT Wft 



rp' \u 



Th«se Price* Effective Thro^ Octobw 6 In Vt. Beach jnd Vlciail; 



QT. 



HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN "D" 
FRESH 

MILK 



28c»^56c 



• LfeGAL NOTlCfc 



LEGAL NOTICES 



Cleik's Office cf the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia Bsa'Ji, Vir- 
•?inia. in Man Bzsk 4 at Psge 131, 
as Lots 18 and 19, in Block 73; Lots 
1 ana 3 in Block 102 and Lot 17 
in Blodn 106; refersnca to which 
plat is hereby made for a more 
particular description of said lots. 
And it appearing frcm the aver- 
ments of the Bill <rf Complaint fil- 
ed herein and by affidavit duly fil- 
ed: 

litRST: That diligence has bjsn 
used by and on hstalt of the cwn- 
IkSint to ascertain in what county 
or corporation the f^lowing de- 
f endant9\ are, wilaout effect, and 
thdr last known post office ad- 
dre-ses, where known, are as fol- 
icws: 

T. P. Pollard 
Address unknown 
George West 
Address unknown 
A. S. Pinner 
Address unknown 
Oclah Naomi Pettway 
913 Har.son Avenue 
Norfolk, Virginia 
SECOND: That the said T. P. 
Pollard and other defendants in 
this suit nwy have died leaving 
heirs, devisees, personal repre- 
sentatives, surviving consorts, or 
lien creditors and if so, their 
names are unknown and their last 
known pest office addresses are 
unknown. That there are or 
migtit be persons other than those 
named in the Bill of Complaint in- 
terested in the real estate to be 
disposed of in this jtiit wJwse 
names and last known post office 
addresses are unknown. 

It is therefore, ORDERED that 
the above named persons, if living, 
and if dead, their heirs, devisees, 
lien creditors and personal repre- 
sentatives, and if married, their 
respective consorts, and all other 
persons other than tiiose herein 
named, who are or mi^t be in- 
terested in the real estate to be 
disposed of in this suit, whose 
names are unknown, do appear 
within ten days after due publica- 
tion of this notice and do what is 
necessary to protect their inter- 
ests. It is further ORDERED that 
the foregoing pMtion of this Order 
be published once a we^ for four 
successive weeks in tiie VitniBia 
Beach Sua a newspaper published 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 



A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRE^, Clerk 

Dy: J. CUItTIS FRU'-T, D.C 

•loefl* 



NOTICE 

This is to notify the public that 
the undersigned, tradin.g as Jones 
Grill w;il within ten days after 
ptblicalion of this notice apply 
to the Virginia Slate Alcctiolic 
Beverage Control Board for a li- 
censi to sell beer and wine for 
off and on premises coijsumption. 
Mary Lee Janes 
T/A Jones Grill 
8J8 New Tiwn Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 6 IT 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT CXf" THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BiEiAiCH, ON 
THE 28th DAY OF SEPT^^IBER. 
1966. 
ALFONSO JOSEPH 

SJBA2XIMU0, Plaintiff, 
against 
FRANCIS MARION 

HBRNIONENE STRAZZULLO, 
Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a di- 
vorce from the bonds of matri- 
mony from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of separation 
for two years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed tiiat the defeidant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 1014 Sht^n 
Parkway, Cherry Hill New Jersey. 
it is ordered that she do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
her interest in this suit. 
A Copy—Teste: 

By: J CURTIS FRUIT. Dep. C. 
Caton & Wright, Attys., p. q. 
2508 Pacific Ave., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 29 4T 



Too Late to Classify 

Duplex -r 2 bedrooms, oil heat. 
Year round rental. Electric range 
and refrigerator furnished. 315 
22nd Steet. Call 428-1940 or 428- 
3118. 

10 6TFN 




ANN WOiM^RD sketdies iw«^ md is me of the many tateated 
artists 8fc«wfi% tiieir woits at tlie Art Slww teat in Oe Greater 
Tidewater Fair being held all this vttk. (Sm pteto by PadrlA) 

Art Show Pleases 



VIRGTN.U BEACH - One of the 
most popular tents at the Greater 
Tidewater Fair houses the works 
of matqr talerted artists . . . ar.d 
the farmus Renoir "Aibrss au 
Bord d'un Fleuve." 

'X:k)!onel" Winfred M. Crim, 
chainrcn of the Art Shew and 
chaplaki of EHc's Locge 2:C3, has 
arranged for the pablic to view and 
have the oppo: .unity of purchasing 
original creatic.s from oils to 
watercolors to charcoal sk3tches 
ar.d all ether media. Artists with 
their colorful displays report sdes 
as beii^ extremely good. 

Among the artists showing are 
Rena Alexander, Suzy Dean, Vicky 
Hendricks, F. ^epard, Dorieiuie 
A- Simmons, Bertha Stewart, A^ 
lei« Carlson, Su=an W. Brown. 



Donald Queen, Avadne Tuxhom, 
Helen N. Singleton, Alice Ives, 
Thomas Wat ey, B. Tillett. Alice 
Bleehman, Ann Wcolard, Martha 
Page, Lillian B. McKenzie and also 
Giir-bert's tantalizing puzzles. 

Renoir's tovely "Trees on the 
Benk cf a River" is prominently 
displayed with the gioss fiih bowl 
benee'h for contribuacrs toward 
its purth'a£e, and hoslesies sitting 
with the farrcus paL-ting are mem- 
bers of the Prince -s .^nne Women's 
Cli b .f Virginia Beach in a recipro- 
cal agreement. The 'travelling" 
Renoir will also be at the club's 
upc(miing 8th annual .\ntkjues 
Sh:w and Sale scheduled for Oc- 
tober 27 through 30 at the Civic 
Ce-iter. 




86 PROOF 

$boo 



$ 



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^rglnla B«di SUN, 
thursday, 
October 6, 1966 
Page8-A 

Kemphille GC 

HEaff»?\'IU£ - TTie SerrteTn- 
ber meting of Uie Kempsville 
Gar^o C^ub was held at the home 
of Mrs. Jahn W. Moore. 
. A program ol "Color Harmony" 
WES pri^nted by Mrs. G. H. 
Hami}t3n. 

TV Princess Anne Plaza Club 
Jud^ ttie arraagements and 
awarded blue ribbons ta Mrs. An- 
'drew Jdinson. Mrs. E. L. Bvrd, 
M«. H. D. Pt-jh and Mrs. John 
W, Moore; reds w:nt to Mrs. H. 
T. Aydlette, Mrs. W. A. Stallings, 
Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. B. J. Scott, 
Mra. Moore and Mrs. Byrd; vellaw 
to Mcs. Aydiette, Mrs. Pugh and 
Mrs. Wesley Hardison. 

Horticulture blue ribbons were 
awarded to Mrs. Pagh, Mrs. 
Moore and Mrs Johnson; red to 
Mrs. R. A. Pollock, Mrs. Stall- 
ings, Mrs, Johnson, Mrs. Byrd, 
Mrs. Moore, Miss Kathleen 0'- 
Rourke, Mrs. Pugh and Mrs. Earl 
D. DiShieids; yellow to Mrs. 
Stalljigs, Mrs. Pollock and Mrs. 
Byrd. 

A progressive dinner was held 
lasi Saturday for new and old 
menribers. Cocktails were ssrved 
at the iiwn» of Mr. and Mrs. 
P.igh; buffet was at the home of 
Mr. asd Mrs. C. A. Bamforth; 
sad ieisert and social at the hontie 
of Mr. and Mrs. Hard son. 



Johnson At 
Law Confab 

PKHiUJELPHIA, PA. - Reevps 
E. Johnson of Vii^inia Beadi Is 
one <rf the 4.000 leoi Jig executives 
from law enforcanent agencies 
throughout the United States and 
fiO odia- Free World nations at- 
tendjig the 73rd nnual Oonfereace 
of the International Association d 
QatSs of Police. 

'Tlje various seminars, work- 
dwps and committee meetings of 
ttns a.'Huial J-CP conference pro- 
vide an invaluaWe exdiai^e of 
ideas and viewpoints ir our search 
for a)'ulions to the risii^ crime 
rate, civil disorders traffic cam- 
age and other Is'v e^ "orr^meat 
prcblems." said Chief JohMon. 
Vice PresideTit Hubert H. huifinh- 
rey is aowi^ tiie group of oEstin- 
gd^ied speakers to address the po- 
iiee atewuMiatflrs. Others ipdiidt 
Sewetery of Cdtoriierce Jdm T. 
CoDHH- assA Governor John J, Mc- 
KeSfaen of Louisiana. 

The oooferoKe concludes to(^y 
with tbe annual business meeting 
at wiiich mennfcers will dect die 
186S47 president of tiie 6.000 mem- 
ber intematioiiM assodaticn of po- 
Uce executives. 



Ij liijbliri 




"Qnittta' tteer 



PBOPGR raOCEDURE 

AB aewi Hems of gennvl na- 
tB« (indnding birthp. deaths. 
tagiigenaaU, weddtags, dub 
mee<b|gs> ^c.) MUST come di- 
rectly it the Vta-ginia Beach 
Sob office via personal ddlv- 
oy, II. S. mafl, or tdephone. 
teapihoU aad glossy priot^ no 
larger tiuu 5 x 7 are anceTt- 
aUe- No colm- {Aotos please. 
De^tae is Monday at S p.in. 
before pal^ortioa date. 



PAINFUL CORr^S?/ 

AMAZING LIQUID 

RELIEVES PAIN AS 

IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY 

Now rraovc corm the fjst, eisy way 
with FretSMxS. Liquid FrMzonc re- 
licvci p*ia intoady. %orkl below the 
ritiB line CO dissolve ci^m tv-iT ia ion 
ixft. Ga FieezaM...ii ail drug councen. 




you om GET 

UmeF FROM 

HEADACHE PAIN 

fhM imi FAST relM 



te awn tt hoadaebc, neorflgi^ 
NMtt. aMi flrinor ^m of vMRiL 
rioM^iM. BaMHM STANBACK 



I noAcally-Mpr 
Md piMerted iapo«Mts for UA 
tMm m tako STANBACX »Wi 
' ktMiriiaa viaranteodl 



TmI 
•TAMiACK 




»150FF 

installation of an 
ELECTRIC DRYER 




Purchased during 
October and November 
■from any of these ^ 

AUTHORIZED DEALERS 



Virginia Beach 

APPLIANCE SALES & 
SERVICE CORP., OP VA. 

e22p Indian Rivei Road 
*^ 420-«Sl 

EASTER^( ELECTRIC CORP. 

319 Virginia Beach Boulevard 

G. E. X. 

5125 Virginia Beach Boulevard 
497-0! 

HIRH BAZAAR 

222 First rolonL^l Road 
428-7088 

W. C. JOHNSON, 
REFRIGERATION 

327 Virginia Beifh Boulevard 
4'«t 4r7i 

MILLER'S DEPARTMENT 
STORES 

3432 Virginia Beach Bau'''\ard 

Opposite Pri;;ce.ss .\nne Plaza 

.'M0-1.'^5R 

MURDEN'S APPLIANCES 

500 La!;kin Road 

NIXON ELEaRIC CO. 

613 Virginia Beach Boulevard 
4^.'mi 

PRICE'S INCORPORATED 

UWxm 

m-mi 

Parbrnk'^ MaU 
497-4«21 

Prince** Ann« Pig. & 
Elect^'cal SuooIi*»r$. Inc. 

Princess At° Station 

4211-6216 

431 Virginia ^^p-h Bou'evard 

*>S-iefiO 

ROY'S SALES & SERVICE 

A»"!i«r'na Shoim'nc Center 

4948 Virginia Beach Boulevard 

4P7-8«« 

SEARS ROERUCK & CO. 

Sll Laskin Road 

428-7S51 
Par*robe Mall 

497-831 1 

THE SEAY COMPANY, 
INC. 

222 Great Neck Road 
340 lH4t 

SMITH « KEENE ELECTRIC 
SERVICE, INC. 

3641 Bonnev Road 
MIMfi46 

WESTBtN AUTO 
ASSOCIATE STORE 

eoo Vii^inia Bear-h Boulevard 
42B-43S1 

Norfolft, Va. 

AtUNTIC THRIFT aRS. 

7865 Sewells Point Road 
308-1344 

BRYANT APPLIANCE CO. 

2509 Granby Street 
622-9771 
1278 N. Milita!7 Highway 
8G&0185 

BURTON'S SALES & 
SERVICE, INC. 

834 Widgeon Road 

MIKE CAVISH T/A 
Norf'*'^ A*^"^'* ■»"<■» Co, 

5'8 W. -'h S!r::t 

poo "njij 

CE'»T'F»ED TV & 
APPLIANCE CO. 

K^O Virgi--" "-"ch Blvd. 
407.ir<)4 

847 E. L!'».'' r-ek R:ad 

EASTERN ELECTRIC CORP. 

S7 h & H.^^-on Blvd. 
' f?2 *.il!4 

1140 Wi'-n Road 

B. E. GILDERSLEEVE 
PLG. & HTG. 

WIS C,r->rS" Street 

W. T. GRANT COMPANY 

75S Gr^nb' Street 

W?7 8?94 

MB Janaf S^'^-'-^ing Center 

THE HAJOCA CORP. 

sen W. a«*h street 
8*7-7751 

HOME APPLIANCE CO. 

830 Graf»b\' Street 

(37 t7J0 

HOME FU»ffTURE CO. 

MlSGrarbv Street 

IB-SM? 

im E. ime Creik Hd. 

n4 ChBtfc Sbvet 




.r 



reasons 
should own 



electric dryeif? 



r* ■ '■ t *■ 



Just ask any homemaker 
who has been through 

a winter with one. 

\ 86tffi ten foil htm modi enier and futer electric dtying ll . . • tnd liow a 

flttnden myer leli yoa loiirt ^out bad 

you don*t aeed Id t8k» her IMitd for it Oet an electik dijW lad &d a doa»i 
reasons for yours^f S||^t now yoa can save $15.00 ott tfmd^ying resi- 
dential installation of a fiameless dectric diyer, if you ad More Decem- 
ber 1 . See your VEPCOattthoriaed live Better Electrically dealfer Ibr details. 



Allowances ui N. C. Sokject to Statate. 



VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY 




HOME MODERNIZATION 
CENTER 

i:23 E. L:t''e Crjfk Road 
^4v!5 

KING'S TV 8, APPL. 
CENTER 

Va. B3ach B'''l at Gienrock Rd. 

8^-6211 ' 

lei E. L't"- r-fek R^ad 

s^afii 

KRAMER HIGHWAY TIRE 
CORPORATION 

7813 Mil''9rv K^way 

KRAMER TIRE COMPANY. 

KRAMER TIRE COMPANY 

1^ Monticel!o Avenue 
627-7741 

A. J. LHHJM FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

MSGrani^ Stract 
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(CopjriKht, 196fl — Dorl* Padrlr*' 



Extaukm Services — Part 2 

HOME DEMONSTRATION CLl«S: 

Much like a well-brought up child leaves h/»ne when mature enough 
to stand alone, Home Demonstration Clubs are now graduated from the 
"parent" organization of Home Extension Service. But like that grown- 
up child who may nesd assulance and guidance from time to time, the 
Home Economic Agent is as clo£e as a phone call or a visit for advice, 
and "letters frcin home" in the form of the most up-to-dat? in'drmation 
pamphlets and booklets arrive regularly. 

Home Demonstration clubs are commurlty formed to help you, the 
homemaker, adjust your family to the rapidly changing patterns of mod- 
ern living. And probably there is no place in the country with a more 
rapidly changing pattern of life from the secluded rural areas of Prin- 
cess Anne county and tlic once quiet siburbs of Virgi.iia Beach to the 
present d'ay metamorphosis of the "World's Largest Resort City." 

The need of this help for the modern family manager is reflected 
by the fonnation of more and more Home Demonstration clubs in many 
parts of the city. More than a dozen now exist in the Virginia B:ach 
Federation of Home Demonstration Clubs headed by Mrs. Curtis R. 
Reid, president. 

"You can't imagine the scope of our educational programs." said 
Mrs. Reid, "Just about every phase of family living is touched on, and 
we learn k> much about thlrigs we need to know but seldom think 
about. . ." 

She used as an example the fact that many younger women, and 
tbore whose husbands will not discuss sudi vital matters as insurance 
and wills and Uie like, learn proper money management andlinderstand 
finances much better than they mi^t have had they never joined a 
bonne demonstratkm grvap. 

Every day you must cope with some Idnd of crisis, mostly minor 
dMt sometimes major, and always important. When you are aware of 
an undesirable situation in your heme and want to do something about 
it, you shouHd call either &ie Exteision office or Mrs. Reid and find out 



ebOiA the Home Demonstration Club near you vfaich has the educational School accepted the proclamatim 



(jlopwM to teach yon how B' srfve youFown {Ht)blem,s 

Only you can solve yow own particular problem because only you 
know the situation which brought about your feeling of failure. But if 
the Heme Demonstration Club which has the information about the 
educa(fc)nal programs designed to help you find your way through the 
maie of complexities you must stumble through on your way to harm- 
ony and happiness in your own hcmie. 

Last week representatives from the Virginia Beach Federation of 
Home Demonstration Clubs met at the Pine Tree Inn fot luncheon and 
a social get-togetiwr, and to hear Mrs. F. M. Sholes speak to them 
about hn* trip abroad and to see her colorful slides of the places she 
had visited as a delegate of the A?soclated Country Women of the World 
Mrs. Sholes has been in Home Demonstration work for 36 years and has 
oftai been the Virpnia representative of A.C.W.W. and has traveled to 
many far away ptac^, iiicluding Australia and Ireland. 

Home Demonstration Clubs represented at the meeting were Avalon 
Hills Colonial, Avalon Hills Suburban, Aragona-iPembroks, KempsviHe, 
Lake View Park, (Kennett Grove), London Bri^e, Lynnhaven, Seaside, 
Thalia, Tboroughgood, and Lake View Siores. 

Not oidy are Home Demonstration clubs interested in making your 
home life betta* but also in helping your community be a nice place in 
whidi to live, and for you to be a friend to your neighbor. 

If there is ho Home Dononstration club in your area, you may form 
one with only a mininnim of members interred in learning how to 
help yourselves and yoin- community. Esther Mrs. Rdd or the Extension 
Office will be glad to give you all the information you need to get started. 

Only the perfect homemaker wbo has no worries can "go it alone" 
.. .the rest of us need help! 



The Raanoke County School 
Board indicated that it will not 
jack d:;wa on its refusal to pracsss 
tuition grants for RQancke County 
ehildrea who wi£h to attend pri- 
vate schools or public schools out- 
side the county. TIMES-REGIS 

TER. 

♦ ' • • 

The city of Chesapeake continues 
its legal battle to keep Portsmouth 
from taking 44-square miles of 
territory within its boundaries by 
annexation. AlUmagh Chesapeake 
-s now a city, Portsmouth attorn- 
eys claim the suit was begun be- 
fore Norfolk County and South 
Norfolk combined to form the new 

city. CHESAPEAKE POST 

* * * 

The Gloucester County board of 
supervisors has appropriated $2,000 
to the Tidewater Guidance Clinic 
for the fiscal year ending June 
30, 19S7. Last year's appropriatijn 

was $1,400. GA25ETTE-JOURNAL 

* * * 

A revised waterfront develop- 
ment plan calling for approximate- 
ly 600 to 130O new luxury town- 
houses on the Potomac River 
Shoreline, with a proposed park- 
way has been presented to Alex- 
andria City Council. A public hear- 
ing will be held the end of October. 

.JOURNAL- STANDARD 

♦ » * 

If the Williamsburg Regional 
Library cannot become a city-op- 



October Is 
Movie Month 



VIRGINIi\ BEACH - Mayor 
Frank Dusch has officially pro- 
plainfjed the month of October as 
Virguua Beach Movie Month, by 
signing a Proclamation present^ 
by Terry Crockett and Jam^ 
Wannall and Albert Crosby, nrana- 
gers of the three k>cal indoor the> 
atres. 

Miss Diane Moritz, a Pretty 
Blonde Senior from Kellam High 



as^^Sias^Wguiia fieadi Movie 
Month in behalf of the city's mo- 
tion picture theatres. 

Mayor Dusch sp(^ well of the 
idea and commented on tfie ed^' 
ict's wording s^ing he was h^ 
py to cooperate with the manners 
in their understaking. 

Throug(iout the nation theatre 
managers are aj^roaching their 
local and state executives in an 
effort to have October designated 
as National Movie Month. With 
full cooperation from F^kn compa- 
nies, who are malcing available 
programs of high calibre earliw 
than planned release dates, the- 
atres realizing that Americans are 
happy people who iove to go out, 
are lavishing all Uidr r^ources 
and talents as never before on pic- 
tures that no other medium can 
match. 

In effect, everything that is 
being done during National Movie 
Month, buy theproductionl diaW- 
bution and exhibition branches of 
America's giant film industry, is 
aimed at providing the movie- 




goer witt) the greatest entertain- 
ment passible under the finest 
possible conditions. 

eratcd facility and if a new 
home for the library is not found, 
the library will cease to exist, ac- 
cording to the chairman of the 
I'brary's board of trustees. He 
said a new site has been sought 
for months with no success. The 
City has been asked to operate the 

library. VIRGLNIA GAZETTE 

* • ♦ ' 

Hampton has been named by the 
State Department of Community 
Colleges as the location of a new 
community college. Architects 
have been named to draw the 
plans. 'One college is expected to 
open to students in the fall of 

1938. DAILY PRESS 

* * * 

Two Henrico County teenagers 
on their way to sdiool, noi j?^ 
smcke coming from a house. They 
stopped, jmotnered the flames and 
sav&d an elderly woman inside. 

HENRICO HER.ALD. 

* * * 

• 

A resolution which would have 
led to a $300,000 bond issue to fi- 
nance a new nursing home which 
would cost about $600,000, was 
turned down by the Accomack 
County Board of Supervisors. Iha 
county tiad just voted on a large 
bond issue. EASTERN SHORE 
NEWS 

* * * 

A Longwood College professor 
las been elected president of the 
Prince Edward Community Action 
Group. The agency administers all 
county anti-poverty programs re- 
organized fcff 1966-1967. FARM- 
VILLE HERiLD 



ViRQiniA Beach Sun 

VI'RGIMA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OaOBER 6, 1966 

SEaiON B 



Oetoker k mmn-s meoth, aad has been so imtctalnaii by tfae mayor. Despite the tairaads made ^ TV bi 
faiB4jr at/aUiimtnt, msvies an hne to stay. Bat ai flie BeaA we have drive-!-! inoTie* as wd 
ai tiw Beadi aad tte Bayae whkA havf been knowo to gmaitfhMt of laovie-goers. nd te oewcr Prio- 
«M mi <kv6m theaties. Slaa^v nd waidriiif Maiw Fraak A. Dudi i^ tke pro d a m aHo a la tte 
K^w'a office are Ml to r^. Jamet Wnad. perMnUe iwigw of the PvteoH wko *nim i^ tte 
puiMwatlw Stfiy CnekeU, tmver of the Croekett-Feiite- neafr«a:.BAM Obm Morli. "Mto VIr- 
gtate BcMk Movie MMlh Oneeo" who is a thfork ad rr at XcOaoi Hl^ 01^ m iirtphjii of Tko 
•om; ari Oft- (USAB) AMtett Croohjr. ».. HMMfv <f tte 9amA tteairo. (Pholo ^ C iri) 



Articles In Make 
ARE. Journal 

WILLIAMSBURG - Artktes by 
two studoits at the College of 
William and Mary are featured in 
the recent issue of the Journal for 
the Association {or Reaaeardi and 
ftiili^itMunent. 

Si^ten Bogardus of 6816 Fdix 
Street, McUan, Va., jtts auHwred 
an article entitled "A Psychic 
Primer." "Reincarnation and 
Christianity" is tbe title of the 
article by Naomi Daitkers of 21 
George Street. Sayville, New 
York. 

Both articles resulted from term 
papers on the subject of psychic 
phenomena submitted to Lewis A. 
Foster, Associate Professor of Phl- 
kjsophy at the CoU^e of William 
and Mary. 

The A.R.E. Journal, in which 
the articles by the students ap- 
pear is the current quarterly 
which is dedicated to youth and 
features articles which were re- 
searched and written by young 
people of b(^ high school and col- 
lie age. 

The Association for Research 
and Enlightenment, Inc., with 
headquarters at Virginia Beach, 
was granted a charter by the 
State of Virginia in 1991 to engage 
in psychial research. Through the 
years the Association has under- 
taken a continually expanding pro- 
gram of research and experi- 
mental investigation into the psy- 
chologk:al concepts relating to 
dreams; ,the parapsychological 
concepts which relate to Uie de- 
velopment of psychic gifts, and 
philoscrhical-religious concepts. 

Events Listed 

VIRGINIA BE.ACH-The seven- 
tate Coastal Vacationland between 
New York and Florida is offering 
nore ;p*cial see-anddo events for 
:rave]e:-s than ever before during 
K 1368 Indian S-mmer-Autumn 
ea-on. 

T.:e Fall Ocean Hiway Events- 
JOidcr lists 270 festivals, fairs, 
"lihiag rodecs, golf tournaments, 
oliday tours and other s aclal 
Ut.-acUons available to visitors 
'9-n Si 'ttmocr Dccefrber. 195S 
1 C.astal New Jersey. Delaware. 
Ia."yland, Virginia. N-rth Caro- 
na, South Carolina and Georgia. 
A Tree copy of the FaU Events 
;!der may be cbtainei fr^n Oce- 
1 Hiway .AsvDciation; P. 0. Box 
87; Virgin a Beach. Va. 33438. 
A few of the many featured fall 
vents include: 

Pllgram je to Ual'r.c Cturdm. 
Plantations and H;m« in TMewa- 
ter Virginia on Oct. 7-9; Anoual 
Old Timers Etey Festival 1^ (ten- 
cock on Oct. na-n, 8th AiBual 
Viipnia Beach Artique Show aad 
Sale on 0(^ r^; aad the Oj^ter 

Bow] FooOtaU Game at Ncciiik OB 
Noy. U. 



ZIP-A-LIST 
Cards On Way 

VRGINIA 3EACH-This week, 
laftsr carriers throughout the Vir- 
ginia Beach area will deliver two 
ZIP-.4-L'>T cards to every resi- 
dence, Postmaster J. T. Cross- 
whke, Jr. reported. 

Each card will have spaces for 
addr^ses t'.ie householder wishes 
ZIPPED, one for local addresses, 
thfc otlier for out-of-town. 

After placing their uncoded ad- 
dresses on the cards, preferably 
printed legibly, they may be drop- 
ped into any letter box or return- 
ed to their letter carrier. The Vir- 
ginia Beach Post Office will add 
the appropriate ZIP Codes and re- 
turn the cards to the mailer. 

"No postage is needed," Mr. 
Crasswhite said. 

The project is part of Post.mas- 
ter General Lawrence F. O'Brien's 
program to make ZIP Codes more 
accessible to Uie mailing public. 

In addition to the cards for ad- 
dresses, a special notice advis- 
ing each i^sident of his local ZIP 
Code number will be delivered. 

The cards will carry a message 
from Postmaster General O'Brien 
advising that ZIP Coded mail 
helps provided bett^ i^ervice. 

In completing the cards, only 
the street address and city and 
state are required. Individual 
names should not be listed. 

Postmaster Crosswhite empha- 
sized the importance of including 
a r^urn address on the, front of the 
cards so they may be returned af- 
ter addresses have been coded. 

focomplete addresses whidt are 
submitted but cannot be ZIP Cod- 
ed by the kical post office, such 
as those in a city 13ce Washington, 
D. C. which has the same street 
names and number in the north- 
east, northwest, soi^ast and 
soutlYwest section, will be sent to 
the appropriate city and the codes 
will be added there. 

AcUitunal cards are available 
from your letter carrier or postal 
dellveiy station. 



57 Graduate 

VIRGE^A BEACH - A select 
group of 57 hi^ly qualified young 
men were rec«rtly grackiated from 
phase I of the Naval Air Reserve 
Summer Accelerated Training 
Prcgram in a ceremoney at the 
Naval Air 'Reserve Training Unit, 
Norfdk, Virginia. Coming from 
various high schools and colleges 
in Virginia, North Carolina and 
the PitUburgh area, tbey have 
completed a unique program 
which consisted of recruit training, 
basic naval orientation and avia- 
tion doctrine, shipboard training 
while under way and many other 
[Aase of naval military require- 
ments. Acceleration was the key to 
llieir program witnessed by the 
fact that they accomplished in the 
first « days what would normally 
take from 9 to U weeks. 

As proud parents and friends 
looked on, they went through an 
impressive series of precision mil- 
itary drills and each was award- 
ed a graduation certificate byCap- 
taln G. R. Crittenden, Command- 
ing Officer. Special awards went 
to tie following: Leadership— R, 
M. Stanan, AA, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; Military — R. R. Bur- 
nell. .U, Virginia Beach, Virginia; 
Academic - D. W. Smith, AA 
Viiiinla Beach. Virginia; and 
M:st i'.nproved - J. M. Frigug- 
iietti. AA, Unlontown, PiRmy. 
vanla. 



Follswirj the ceremonv eac! 
wai s.'rv2d a "man-slKd" slice o' 
.ake and "Navy" coffee ai thsj 
looked forward to Phase II of the 
prog.-sm at "A" School. 



Father & Son 
Breakfast Set 

VIRGIN :a BEiCH-Tl-e Star of 
'Jie Sea CatiDlic Church Men's 
Clwl} wUl s^s3r a Father & Sor 
breckfart m Sunday Oct. 9 aftes 
tht 6 am. Mass. 

Bfsakfast will be seved in the 
cafetaria ani there will be a gi«st 
^>e£kar. All men d the parish ate 
ui^ to attoid with thar sons. 

"Hie aai reffyJar meetiqi <tf the 
Mw'l CU> 1^ be on Wecheaday 
Oct. a It 8 pjn. at the Recreatiai 
Cmtm 00 nth St. 




THERE IS A POSSIBILITY that this boat and its two occupants were lost at sea fai an attempt to row^ 
from Virginia Beach to England. David Johnstone, 34, and John Hoare, 29, two English new^a|ier--" 
men left Virginia Beach May 21 and have not been heard from or sighted since Aug. 11. Recently aT! 
boat, fitting the description of the 16-foot "Puffin," was reportedly gghted overturned off tlie coast M 
England. It is now feared that the boat was swamped during a hurricane and the men l«rf. This pic- 
ture was taken May 19. (Sun photo by Moore) 



'Edith' Is On 

VIRGINIA BEACH- Operafon 
EDITH is on in Tidewater Vir- 
ginia. EDITH is not a hurricane; 
It stands for exit drill in the home. 
But the fire officials throughout 
the area, who announced launch- 
ing of Operation Edith today, 
hopes it will take this area by 
storm. 

The idea behind the operation, 
according to this group.is to give 
every family here a rehearsal of 
escape routes and procedures in 
their own homes, so they will be 
prepared to act quickly and m- 
, teUingently in case of fire or other 
emergency. 

"About 6,500 people die every 
year fran fires in their homes in 
tho Unitad States, and has run 4s 
high as 200 in Virginia." National 
Fire fYotection Association stud- 
ies indicate the majority of these 
lives could be saved if people bed 
planned escape routes in dj«r 
homes and had practiced emer- 
gency escape procedures. 

Every family is earnestly ur^ 
to draw up an escape plan now. 
working on the basic principle of 
two ways out of every room. Tlien 
be ready to practice what you 
have planned on the evening of 
Weanesday, October 12." 

At 8 p.m. that night the signal 
will be given and I it is hoped ev- 
ery family will go throu^ their 
own exit d.'-ill in the home. 

This will be lae most important 
special event of Fire Prevention 
Week. The committee fai charge of 
arrangements consists of all the 
Fire Officials in Tidewater Vir- 
ginia. 



'lewels Of The World' 
In Richmond Nov. 26 



VIRGINIA BEACH -Mrs. Sid- 
ney S. Kellam of Virginia Beach 
will serve as area chairman for 
the American Cancer Society's 
"Jewels of the World" benefit, 
featuring a showing of $20,000,000 
worth of jwvels of Harry Winston. 
Incorporated of New Yoric. world 
famous jeweler, it has been an- 
nounced by Mrs. Frederic R. 
Scott, of Richmond, general chair- 
man of the affair. Assisting Mrs. 
Kallam locally will be Mrs. JosejA 
L^^lia, Mrs. Robert S. Watiab, 
Jr. and Mrs. Jack A. Eady. 

The by invitation only event will 
take -place on Saturday, Novemjier 
28 at the John Marshall Hotel in 
Richmond and will be aUraded by 
guests from throughout Virginia, 
as well as Washington. New York, 
Philadelphia, aid Delaware. 

The formal affair includes a 



Fish Fry Saturday 

LYNNHAVEN— The Men's Fel- 
lowrhip group of Lynnhaven Colo- 
ny United Church invite the gen- 
eral public to a Fish Fry to be 
he'd Saturday, October 8, frjm 3 
—5:30 p.m. on the Church grounds. 
Great Neck road, off Shore Drive. 

Adult Tick^s will be $1.25; chil- 
dren 75c. 



Jaycees Announce 
Jr Miss Dates 

* 

VIRGINIA BEACH-<}irls-It is 
time to sign up for the I9S7 Vir- 
ginia Beach Junior Miss Pageant 
Tais contest is open to High 
School Seniors between the ages 
of 16-118. 

Applications will be accepted 
until October 21, and may be giv- 
en to any member of the iBayside- 
PriDcess Anne Jaycees, or mailed 
to; Junior Miss Contestant Com- 
mittee. P. O. Box 2112. Virginia 
Beach, Virginia 23452. 

This years's t«iative schedde 
calls for preliminary judging on 
Saturday, October 29, coaching and 
rehearsals on November 5, 12 & 
19, Judges conference on Novem- 
ber 20, dress rehearsal on Novem- 
ber 25, and Pageant night on No- 
vember 28. 

For «kiitional information con- 
tact project Ciiairman Gene Peay 
at 5817-1119. or P. 0. Box 2112. 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia. 



cocktail party and dinner dance, 
and will be for the benefit of the 
An[>erican Cancer Society's C6rc\- 
mittee to Advance the Worldwide 
Fight Against Cancer, a natiortal 
committee which is not provid«l 
for in the Society's regular budget, 
Ths Committee's purpose is to pro- 
vide for an international exchange 
of information and research on the 
control of cancw. 

Honorary Chairman rar the 
"Jewels of llie WorW" benefit tt 
Mrs. Mills E. Godwin, Jr. Patrons 
include thg Honorable ^nbassa- 
dors and Embassies of the coun- 
tries of BelcV-m, India. Thailaiyt, " 
The Neliieriands, South Africa, 
and Brazil, all wbo will actively 
participate in the evening's pro- 
ffem. 

Music will be provided by the 
Meyer Davis Orchestra uroier the 
direction of Cy Delman. Ths re- 
nowned Thai dancer^ will enter- 
tain tiirough the courtesy of the 
Ambassador of Thailand. 

VW.C Gets Gift 

ASHLAND. V-'RGlNIA-VirgLnia 
Wcsieyan College has received a 
b:quest of $15,000 from the eotiAe 
of the late Lloyd N. Duncan ol 

Norfolk. 

The bequest is Iw unrestricted^ 
use. 

iDuncan. wbo was associated 
with llie Davis Grain Corporatisir 
at the time of his retirenjent, died, 
in a nursing home in Roanoke in 
July 1936. He had lived in Nor- 
folk most of his adult life and had- 
been an active member of Larch- 
mont Methodist Church. 

In announcing the gift President 
La.Tbath M. Cla.-ke said, "We are 
very grateful for tils generous gift 
from the estate of an active Metho- 
dist layman of this co.aimunity. 
This will be of great benefit la mif 
college now a.Td in the yaaa 
ahead." -* 




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Servicemen In The News 



Pvt Dwyl V. WflliMM, son <rf 
Mr. and Mrs. D. Vancf WiDiips, 
4137 Edinburgh dr., lue ccanjMed 
e^t ««ekl <4 b3«c idia^ train- 
ing «( Ft Br4^ N C. «id is 
now afltgned to Ft- MbSdIan, 
Ala. for advanced infant!7 train- 
iiqi He is a graduate of Princess 
Anne High school. 



Navy Canmioder Lamnence P. 
Treadw^. sra «f Ifn. L««9«ce 
P. Treadwell, of 7232 Atlantic ave., 
is a cFe«ineRd>er of tbe FitM. 
Fleet unit partiei(»ting in eicr* 
else "Eager Angkr" Aboard USS 
Providence. 



Airman SUiart P. Todd, son 4^ 
Mi- and Mrs. Malcokn H. Todd.. 
Jr., of 507 Cbesc^jwian trail, bai 
been se.edM for tecmicai trainjrg 
at Kseslet ATB, Miss., as a U. S. 
Air Force communications-elec- 
b-oiiics specialist. 



Airman 1/c Midiad T. Harrell, 
whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albin 
Mecalis, reside at 640 Aragona 
blvd., is a memb^ of a civil 
engineering squadron which is ef- 
fe-c^vely supporting the U. S. Air 
Forces in Vietnam. Ainnan Har- 
rell is a refrigsration and air can- 
dltioning specialist assigned to the 
3rd CivO Engineering Squad^ at 
Bien Hoa AFB, Vietnam. 







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Holcomije, IISN, son of Edward 
S. Hokonbe of 460 Dauj^n laiffi; 
and Radarman Seaman Gerald K. 
Hausa-. l^N, son <rf Ifr. and Mrs. 
T. W. Hauser <rf 5136 S. laks road. 
participated in the South CSiina Sea 
antisubmarine warfare training 
exercise "Silverskate" aboard ti)e 
aircraft carria- USS Kearsarge in 
the U. S. SevraUi Fleet. 



Ainnan Daniel L. Baker, soc of 
Mr. and Mrs. Luther S. Sako- <d 
'4515 Bowman rd., has been select- 
ed for technical trailing at Sbep* 
pard AFB. Tex., as .a U. S. Air 
Force communications wiring 
specially. 



Seaman Recruit James R. Whe- 
lan, USN. smi of Mr. and Mrs. 
William L. Wt%lan of 908 Gen. 
Beauregard dr., has been gradu- 
ated from nine weeks of Navy 
basic training at the Naval. Train- 
ing Center, Great Lakes, 111. 



Sefflnan Recruit Robert P. Con- 
nelly, VSS, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Charles F. Omnelly, Sr. of 3216 
Burnt Mill rd., has been gradu- 
ated from nine we^ of Navy 
basic training at the Naval Ttain- 
ing Center, Great Lakes. 111. 



Aitny Specialist 5/c Curtis Bax- 
ley, Jr., whose parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. Curtis Baxley, and bis wife, 
Elma. Lve at 4137 N. First Court 
road, has been assigned as a cook 
in Hea<i(juarters and Company A, 
725th Maii^enance Battalion, 2Sth 
Infantry Division in Cu CM, Vjet- 
oam. 



Marine Private l/c Robert M. 
James, son of Mrs. ASce R. James 
cf 2(» Dozen Lane was recently 
promoted to his present rank 
while attached to Staging Battal- 
ion, Marine Corps Base, Camp 
Pendleton, Calif. 



Marine Private JosqAlS. Hay- 
man, son of Mr. and Mri Fran- 
cess C. Hayman d 'Box 14d3, was 
graduated from an intensive 
c(wrs8 in mdividual combat train- 
ing conchicted by the Second In- 
fantry Training Regknent, Marine 
Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, 
Calif. 



Army Staff Sergeant EMward V. 
Starling, sm of Mr. and Mrs. Mur- 
tic C. Starling, 500 Baldwin St., 
was assigned recaitly to the U. S. 
Army Headquarters Area Com- 
mand in Saigon, Vietnam. His 
wife, Elizabeth, is with the WAC 
Detachment, Munich, Germany. 



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VmGINIA BEACH-ltie Ameri- 
cana Motor Lodge vfas the home 
base for the recent activities of 
regional meeting of Tidewater club 
maiiage-s. CMAA members under 
the guidance of Chapter president. 
Bud LamoiKi, and the regional 
meeting committee, Paul Caver, 
Carroll SutherlaaJ, Chff Brown, 
Glen Williams, Meyer Jacobson, 
Bud Lamond, and Roy Niel, chair- 
man, welcomed members from 
Washmgton, D. C, Maryland, Ten- 
nessee, and Virginia. 

Tfie Educational Meeting was 
held September 11 and 12 with 
much fellowship and tours of Vir- 
ginia Beach's beauty spots and 
recreational facilities. 

Fine guest speakers conducted 
the educational cla?S9s on Sunday 
morning giving the area club 
managers new information and 
much food fo rthought in the man- 
agement of their respective clubs. 

Topics chosen were "What is 
Outside Income'" by J. P. Janetat- 
os of the firm Baker, McKenzie, 
and Hightower of Washington, D. 
C; "Reporting Tips" by Mrs. Vir- 
ginia Bigio, C.P.A. Internal Reve- 
nue Agent for the District of Nor- 
folk; "The Club Manager, the Ar- 
chitect, and the Food Service Con- 
sultant" by Frederick, A.I.A. 
(Spigel, Carter, Zinkie & Herman 



of Norfolk) and Charl^ P. Pinck- 
ard of Charles P. Pinckard Asso- 
ciates of Charlotte, N. C. 

Cocktails and luncheon was held 
at the PnHncess Anne Country 
Club with Roy Niel ^ host. A 
short talk was given by Ken Emer- 
son, Executive Secretary of the 
National Club Association. 

Carroll Sutherland was the host 
at Oceana Officers Club for the 
cocktail dinner dance and show 
which also featured "Cooking wdtti 
Cordials" presented by Tom Abker 
of Hiram Walker, Inc. . 

The "All Nations" buffet dinner 
had been held the evening before 
at Bow Creek Golf and Country 
Club with Meyer Jacobson as host. 

Virginia iBeach club managers 
represented at the CM.AA Regional 
meeting were Arthur B. Bingley 
of the Officers' Club, Fort Story; 
Vincent E. Maxwell of Kemps- 
ville Meadows C. C; Hoyte G. 
Williams of Fort Story Officers' 
Club; Roy M. NeU, Jr. of Princess 
Anne C C; Clifford W. Brown of 
Bay Harbour Yacht Club; Paul D. 
Carver of Acey-Duecy Club, Oce- 
ana; Meyer Jacobson of Bow 
Creek Golf 4 C C-i Harold Good- 
rich <rf Little Creek Officers' Club; 
Carroll L. Sutherland of Oceana 
Officers' Club; and C. Aubrey Tay- 
lor of Oceana Officers' Club. 




Linkhom Park Garden Club is sponsoring a theatre party to see 
"Brigadoon" at Uie Courtyard Playhouse on Friday October 14. 
Celebrating the tdl^out wHh a luncheon at the White Heron recently 
were Mrs. WlUlam P. Parramore, Ways mid Means chuirman; Mrs. 
D. Y. MaRwn, president: Mp. Jesse Drew, recording secretary; 
Mrs. Henry L. Lam, treasurer, Mrs. J. James Davb (fitanding) who 
was hostess to the group, Mrs. Paul T. Crawford and Mary Eliza- 
beth Crunq), Ways and Means committee maaibers. Absent from 
the picture was Mrs. Thomas J. Follaiy. (Photo by Cassandra) 




Elvis Presley is "Franlde's" "JiAnny" of Edward Snail's Techni- 
color (ffoduction "Franlde and Johnny." based on the famous folk 
ballad which opens Wednesday at the Beach Theatre. The Untted 
Artists release contains eleven new Presley hit tunes. 



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FrtANKLIN— "Man has not been 
able to solve his problem because 
of selfishness, greed, inborn sin, 
jH-ide and the influence of the god 
of this system of things, Sa|an the 
Devil," said J. A. Thompson, Jr., 
district supervisor of Jehovah's 
Witnesses. 

Speaking to an audience bf 1,370 
persons assembled for a 3 day' 
senni-annual convention, Thompson 
further said that "Mankind needs 
help on many fronts, some need 
help in employment, others need 
help in establishing peace in the 
home, while still others need help 
with their healtJi. However, ttiese 
are not tieir greatest need." . 

In his hour-long address titled 
"Satisfying Mankind's Greatest 
Need", he stated that "Man's 
greatest need is an entirely new 
system of thmgs that will provide 
peace, security and happiness for 
all living regardless of where they 
are born or the color of their 
skin." 

Persons representing 17 congre- 
gations of Southeastern Virginia 
were hosted by the Franklih, Vir- 
ginia congregation of Jehovah's 
Witnesses. 

The sessions opened Friday with 
abbreviated Ministry School, and 
the talks and demonstrations on 
how a Christian proves his faith 
by witnessinig for the true God. 
Following this meeting, 1,025 per- 
sons viewed the film, "Heritage", 
depicting the ^rcblems of today's 
youth and the Bible's remedy. 

Saturday afternoon 28 persons 
sysmbolized their dedication by 
water immersion. Speakhig to 
theie candidates, Thompson show- 
ad the seriousness of the occasioi 
by tellin.g iiiem they were becom- 
ng ministers of Je'.ovah dedical 
:d to do His Will. That evening the 
attendance rose to 1,359. Showing 
if the film "God Cannot Lie" clos- 
ed the day's activities. 

In closing remarks diligent study 
of the Biible was stressed and en- 
c:urageiment given to living in 
harmony with God's Will. 



Virginia Beach SUW, Thursday, October 6, 1966 



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The 'T' Of It 




There willlw iTSwfin for Fun 
Club beginning October 7 and run- 
ning thru May 26 of 1967. The 
CliA will meet on Friday morn- 
ings from 10-12 noon except for 
Decenrtber 23rd and 30th. Partici- 
pants have con:>pleted Red Cross 
advanced. Beginners or equiva- 
lent. Th* Club fee is $15.00. Charts 
will be available for those working 
on 50 mile' swim and stay fit. The 
Club does not take the place of 
regular classes but is for those 
interested in building endurance 
and extra practice. Instruction is 
needed to learn to swim correctly 
and with ease. 

The cook-out for the Y- Teens 
will be this month. Be sure you 
check for the date, time and place 
as no Y Teen will want to miss it. 

Judo lessons begin this month 
fcr the Y Teens. They will be held 
at Virginia Beach Junior High 
School and continue thru Novem- 
ber. The classes will be taught 
by instructors from the Tidewater 
JikIo Club. 



Fashionables 
Saluted 



VIRGINIA BEAaH-"Fair Fash- 
ions at 8" will salute the Ch«a- 
peake Fashionables ^night with a 
"To Wig or Not to Wig" fashion 
shaw com.-nent3ted by Alice Brew- 
er White. 

M:^eling wigs from Wig City 
and hats by Cantin at the Greater 
TidtwatcT Fair at Hilltop will be 
Mrs. Roy Turner. Jr., Mre. Jack 
K. Moulton. Mrs. Skteey Om^n, 
Mrs. Waltw C. Coles. Mrs. Rib- 
ert V. Co;ke. Mrs. T. Ray Hassell. 
III. and ccmedianne Mrs. Bailey 
Barco. 

Friday's --aluic to Nwfolk Fa;f.i- 
jnaoles wi feature eight prcmi- 
aent cluowum-" wearing Ames 
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Mr. Witherspoon of Happy Dde Sanitarium (Donald Ball) and Mortimer Brewster (Bailey Davis) try 
to convince Teddy who believes himself to be Teddy Rooseyelt (Paul Iddings, center) to pommitt him- 
self out of harm's way in a scene from Wedgewood Dinner Theatre's murder-comedy classic, "Arsenic 
and Old Lace." The Joseph Kessdrfai^ farce will c(M:t!nue through October ISth. (Photo by WiHiams) 



ARE. Fall Conference Oct. 9 




times of Jesus. 

The Conference will be followed 
immediately by the opeing of a 
new Sunday Forum series on Sun- 
day, October 15th at 3:30 p.m. in 
a lecture by Dr. Harmon H. Bra on 
"The Creative Forces of Modern 
Man: What Edgar Cayce Saw." 

These events will all be open to 
t'le public. Further information 
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VIRGINU BEACH-The Associ- 
ation for Research and Enlighten- 
ment will hold its annual Fall Con- 
ference, opening on Sunday, Octo- 
ber 9th and lasting through Sat- 
urday, October 15th. The theme of 
the (Conference will be "The Early 
Giristian Movement and the Es- 
senes. Custodians of the Dead Sea 
ScroUs." 

Dr. Andrew C. Tunyogi, profes- 
sor o( idti|lg|d^ at Old Domiiaon 
College, w& S^esk on "The EIs- 
senes" on Monday, October 10th 
at 8 p.m. 

Dr. Harmon H. Bro will speak 
on "The Coming of Jesus and the 
Death of (Jod" on Wednesday, Oc- 
tcber 12th at 8 p.m. Dr. Bro is a 
theologian and psychotherapist in 
BvaB3te». -Iliinois;" 
at Harvard an^-, 
versities and 9^1 
the Divinity School 
versity. 

Dr. (JeoFge M. Lamsa. RtMsM Bi-i' 
ble authority, will spe^k'-^n-iF^ri*. 
day. Optober 14th at;«.^.JH, 
"The Origins of Christi|fl®:;?,fi^.',;i. 
Lamsa is widely kno#ri .M^^ftpiiS 
translation of the New Tesfetti^i^. 
from the original Aramaic, his nat- 
ive language, also for his many 
books and lectures on the life and 



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Visit Historic St. Luhe^s 




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MVEA8AN0E 
Td prevcait «K:b an irremeable 
)«is and to assure tiie {resenratka 
of tto itfuque buldii^ k a iu^»- 
tk steiae. ffistoric ^. Lriee's Ito- 
sttR'^ioB, an organization iHMkr 
aUe and distinguished s^neerj^, 
was form«] in the seeaner of 







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H Iwr mtiJM « tiB be- 
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& Ijihrs dfenh, lifeetioiiately 
kMiMfe m%%fm WA ClMMh. 
ia Ui «l WgK Onai% 
SaMMa mqtWm is ib 

till! Im Mfilvei IraiB AmeHea's 
coMM fML It la afas <Me of fbe 
<Mia Hliiii is the artioB. 

St Ldb's was already serving 
ja a iMMSe o' wor^ within a 
brirf 4|«l «f years lAer the found- 
^ «f tte fi^ settknnent at 

ia UQf. Today its pict- 
bAry and its buttress 
«als n^ traoeried windows still 
atairi very ndi as tiiey were 
a11^M% bofll Oree ceaturfes «■ 
BMVe afo aereBB tiie rive- from 

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but to aadot Mt^ and mortar 
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TIm Tnrst obj:?€tive rf ^ group 
was to arre^ the decay, of the 
ohurch and repair its vmentiilk 
frfHic. Necessary restaratioBs 
were later made, b^ inside fflid 
out, to return tie buikfing as 
HMrly as possible to its ori^nal 
l^^>earaDce. Extensive re^arch 
fdded architects and craftanen 
ia this work. Rescued fr«n ne- 
1^ and the rava^ of tane, 
St Luke's aiKl it gromd remain 
» perpetuity, a vital nwnorial to 
the fatth and traditwns, and the 
e«er?rise <rf ow e»liest Ammcaa 
Mcestars. 

St. Luke's is the OI^Y surviv- 
ing building that bears witness to 
the spiritual strengtii tliat sustain- 
^ the first generation or two of 
settlers. Thg first worshipers here 
may have inckided some who saw 
the initial proceedings of the Vir- 
ginia Assembly. Some may have 
ronembered the baptism of Poca- 
hontas in 1613. Seme, indeed, could 
have heard Capt. John Smith tell 
the dramatic story of his meeting 
with Powhatan. Part <rf the origi- 
nal congregation possible consisted 
of survivors of the Indian massa- 
cre in 1622 that wiped out nearly 
one third of the Virginia settlers. 
THE CHURCH'S 
ARCHITECTURE 

St. Luke's is remarkable among 
all our earliest churches, ronind- 
ing us of some of tlie smaller 
sixteenth century churdies of Eng^ 
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evktem ftfjSi &Ia Qcain^e ttst f^ 
first rsgUte cohelsts ds9i|M 

VBKa aSUS^wt GROrCOB O InOCB 9m 

pMfiUe iD f% inuge of Ae BMt 
tbcy Iwi left at home, h AM 9tf 
tte MBdkval style jH Haf^ m 
a Bviai tradition. The taMm of 
9t. Ldtoe'i were either ipBlMI ¥, 

TyiHcal OotMc b^essBli tfioLr 
Ae waDs of St. Loiw-s. "fbe #f(l- 
dows of the nave and tower AMr 
pointed aitbes mA ht^ trae«ry. 
The scpare tower, NoroMB fea fts 
fsrofiortions wOB prabiri^y iMtUe- 
merited at Its ewm, tte tbMag 
wall atSl retains this ksm ei dae- 
orafoa. 

ifialorims rave for a Kh^ tide 

uUI^IMI OS CO %nB iiUUliiUB |KC> 

ciae ngt. Ifie pariah bait, imda 

,w«aU have yi^ded ftis infonM- 

tkn was buried for a a iA ee p i M 

more thai a century and a haff 
ago during Lord Comwallis' Vlr- 
gmia campaign and the record 
did not survive. TTie constructiwj 
date su?{»rted by widespread local 
tradition received startlii^ con- 
firmation some seventy years ago 
when the c^iurch's weakoied roof 
fell and the bricks not previously 
visible were found incised with ths 
numerab 1898. 

CHURCH'S ipfa5SE?nr 
coMcrnoN 

St. Lake's appareiAhf went an- 
dairuiged throu^ Baccm's Rebell- 
ion in 167S, and for the nnct cent- 
ury H pro^e-ed, but the ttBrboleat 
years of the Revohitim saw great 
chmges hi tile Mtherto ^acid Itf e 
of Isle of Wight CouiAy. ^ 

In 1777 die .Vestry was dsscrfved. 
The Church of Virginia itsdf w% 
disestabhshed in rm mA thereaf- 
ter lyr not qidte forty years the 
Oki firick Church as it was (hen 
calted, was used wily for an oc- 
casoaal service. 

Around IflSl the church, affer 
some repairs, was again put in 
regular use and acquired its pres- 
ent name of St Luke's. In 1836, 
after Christ Church, a more mod- 
ern edifice, was constructed in 
nearby Smithfield, St. Lu|(e's was 
once more abandoned. In 1887 a 
Trimmer storm proved too much 
for the old hammer beams; the 
roof colbpsed, carrying down a 
considerable portbn of the east 
gable. 

The disaster (fortuitous in that 
it uncovered tlut^i 
jifom^ted the fir; 

to pr^erve St. Luke's. MWKjr^s 
'r raised iftder fte leadership of thi 
R3verend Davis Barr and the 
cdurch was re-roafed and repair- 
sd during the years 1889-1897. 
I Tan as stated above) in the s'jm 
mer of 1^ Historical St. Luke':; 
Restoratira was farawd, to pre 
iSTvs t"'is unique building as a na- 
ticnal shrine. The men and women 
who gave of their time, talents and 
mcfley dsserve thanks for they 
preserved ruin of a most preciou- 
structure. They preserved the-veri 
table cradle of CCiristianity in 
Aoierica. 

^ fcday with our increased con- 
sciousness of the importance ol 
our band with the past, the re- 
sto|;aiMon of this '.rstorical of wor- 
ship to its original beauty, was 
made possible through their ef- 
forts. 

Suffolk Chapter the Virginia S». 
ciety Colonial Dames XVII Cent- 
ury placed a marker at St. Luke's 
Caiurch, on May Kth, 1^. We 
considered it a privilege and an 
honor to marie this old historical 
church. I hope that many in- 
terested in Old Hemes and Church- 
es will inclutk St. Luke's church 
in their Annual Pilgrimage. You 
wffl enjoy ycur visit here, and will 
feel as you enter that this old 
church stands a witness to the 
"faith which is the same yester- 
day, tcday and fwever." 




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^o.SIS'nitibs 

^^ . OCEAITA OHDRCH OF CHBI8T r«ANCIS ASBORir MirrnODISI 



Mr aid Mri. WaHm L. Hodges pictured abofni the Fumesa lux- 
nry Hner, "S. S. Queen of Bemwda". just before lalBng from New 
Ywk Hater kead for a hdlda^ cmiM to the Coral bies of Ber- 
muda. (FoiwBB Bemnda Uee piioto) 




Medals Presented 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Two caint- 
er-insurgency instructors at the 
Naval Amphftkms School Little 
Creek were awarded the Bronze 
Star iMedal for service in the Re- 
public of Vitnam in ceremonies at 
the school September 29. 

Lieutenant Dak L. Misclevitz 
and Chirf Boatswain's Mate Rob- 
ert Moon were the sixth and sev- 
enth staff members to receive the 
Brmae Sar for duty in Vietnam 
since May- 
Lieutenant Misclevitz, iram 
Fresno, Ca)tfomia, served as an 
advisor to Coastal Group 36 in the 
Mekong Delta region of the Re- 
public of Vietnam from J^ine 1935 
to May 1968. 

His citation not only commended 
him for courage, initiative and pro- 
fessional con^ence, but also fw 
displajring the "necessary qualities 
of tact and dipkMnacy" with his 
Vietnamese counterpart which re- 
sulted in significant improvements 
in the efficiency of Coastal Group 
36. 

Chief Moon, an 18 year Navy 
veteran from Mogadore, Ohio, 
ssrved in Vietnam Izt one year 
as an advisor to Coastal Group 10, 
River Assault Group 22 and the 
Vi^namese Navy Minesweeping 
Division. 

On July 20, 1955, Chief Moon 
boarded a siakhig landug craft 
which had been nimed by the Viet 
Ccng. Aldloo^ rxaiet heavy anall 
a^M^ fice bom tiw dver ba^ be 
organized and directed the rescue 
operation of the craft's crew and 
embarked troops. 

Rear j\dmiral Frank W. Vannoy, 
Com.Tiander Amph'bious Training 
Command AtlaBtic. presented the 
medals. 



J. C WHEAT 

Mm COMPANY 

MEMBER 

NEW YORK 

STOCK PXCHANOB 

IS SELDEN ARCADE 
NORFOLK. VA. 



Discussions Set 

NCRFOLK — Tlhe Tidewater 
Chapter, Lutheran Hwnan Rela- 
tions Association of Anierica will 
hold its monthly meeting at 7:30 
p.m., Sunday, October 9, 1966 at 
Faith Luln**ran Churdh, 2801 E. 
Princess Anne Road, Norfolk. 

The group will discuss the rela- 
tiMiship of Caucasians to Negroes, 
and how to approadi an under- 
standing of each other within the 
context of Holy Gospel. 



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DAV Picnic Set 

VHIGINIA BEACH - Disabled 
Am.erican Veterans, Virginia 
Beach Chapter No. 20, will hold a 
family picnic at the iiame of Com- 
mander James M. Ramsey, 1614 
Will-o-wisp drive, from 2 to 5 p.m. 
on Sunday, October IS. 

A service officer will be present 
to answer questions. 




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fice*, tbafi, ^hese lB<Bvl<f- 
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"Chtiacter!" in a word — 
that give long-lived service, 
at moderate first-cost! May 
we give you an estimate? 

J. G. Lav^ 6- Sons 

3518CoUey Ph. MA 50439 
NORFOLK. VIRGINIA 



ABAGeVA BAfTIHT CHl'BCH 

Now Meetinr In Louise LuxXord 
Elementary School 
S. C. CUiton. Putor 



BAVSIDE BAPTIST CHCBCH 

1480 Pleasure House Bd. 
James V. Defoe, Pastor 



1480 Vii«mia BeacU Blvd. 
Bor WilsoD. Pastor 

rSMBROKE MANOR rNITKD 
CHVKCH or CHB19I 

(Congrefratlonal Christian) 

Msctiofs in Pembroke Manor 

Elementary School 

Rev. Carl T. Dare 



CHURCH 

Oreat Smk Boad 
LeUoy DuviB. Minister 

BAfOOOD MBMORIAL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

4713 Hay rood Road 
Robert F. Bryan, Pastor 



CHUIHII OF CWI> 



BEACHLAWN BAPTIST CHURCH 

&th and Meil. Avenue 
Oeorge Wollett, Jr., Minister 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

8818 Va. Beach Blvd., NorloU 
Frad H. Firtse, Pastor 



/IBST BAPTIST CHURCH 

36«h St. at Bony Rd. 
H. Wadrll Waters, Pastor 



A8StMte.T at GOD 

Vlnrinia Beadi Boulevard 

Kast Lane — Oceana 
Bei. SAnwd t>, Bieler, ir, 

cmbitcH or eob 

020 14th Street 
Bobby S. Saaw. Putor 

C0MBIUNIT7 



LeKIRS METHODIST CHURCH 

6660 Vtrdnla Beach Blvd. 
Rev. 0. KatOD Gray 

tVtMHAVEN MiiTHOBWr CHURCH 

Little Neck Boad 
Bev. Oicar V. Bodritttei 



tnmo HBTrtoDm church 

Princess Anne, Tlritei* 
Emory S. Ellmore. Minister 

PLAZA METHODIST^ fcHURCH 

208 Plaza Trail 
B«i4iert 0. Hubbs. Pastor 



FIRST COLONIAL B.%PTIBT CHUBCB 

Georre T. StalUiws, Pastor - 




StIirbiJghlS 
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ntEBWILL BAPTIST CHURCH 

1415 Oceana Boulevard 
T. J. Tnrle. Pastor 



LnrHHAVEN COUINV UmTBD 
CHUBCH 

(Comrrerational O^isUm) 

Oreat Neclt Bd. near Shore Drive 

The R*^. Tho. H. Britlon 



8C0TT MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

«O0 FMl Colonial Koad 
Aev. H. Wark Curry, Paster 



KKMPSVILLB BAPTIST CHURCH 

7720 Princess Anne Bd. 
Charles Q. Jonee. Pastor 



eCEAN PAE|( COMHUNITX 
CRUAcft 

DttPont Circle, Bayslde, Va. 
Paul E. McCnllourh, Tb.M. 



St. MARt A.M.E. <!HUBCH 



KISG'S GRANT BAPTIST OHAPKL 

Meetinr In Kincaton Elementary School 
W. Glenn Tallant, Pastor 



OAS GBOVB BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Alvln St. CWr, Pastor 



SSrwt tmvtm 

1415 Oceana BMt. 
T.' J. Tlnrle. PtMlor 



ttaattam aitmi plaza itHfrtn 
cmacn 

MH Boseaiont nMd 
Rev. ieMn Burtie*, fmtk» 



TIBOINIA BEACH COMMUHITT 
CHAi^BL 

Laskin Bd.. Linkhom Bay 
Bev. Richard Woodward, Pastor 

EPISCOPAL 

BASTBIH SHORE CHAPftL 

B. Sidney Sanders, Rector 

BMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

23a Bowman Road 
Sev. I/eooard B. Graves, Jr. 



Bev. D, P. Feltoik, Pastor 

TABBBNACLH HBTllODIBT CHURCH 

PrlBcwB Anne, Vlrrlnla 
Bobert H. Gamer. Minister 



THAUA METHODIST CHURCH 

Pine Ave. and Va. Beach Blvd. 
William L. Asher, Pastor 



GALILEE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

40th and Pacific 
The Rev. Edmund Berktley, Rector 



ST. jnNN'S BAPTIST CHURCt 

Prtr.oess Anne Court fitouM 
Rev. KDce B. Perkins, Pastor 



BLD DONATION ITISCOPAL CHURCH 

44a Witch DucK Road. Bayside 



LONBOlf BltlDilVB BrAPmr CM Bra 

London Bridre, yirrinie 
O. Edward Bfurhes, Pastnr 



ST. AIDEK'S RVHCOPAL CHURCH 

Kinr'i Gr.'int Rd and Edinburir Drive 
Bev. L. J. Taylor, Jr., Vicar 



THALIA LTVB BAPTVT CBUBCH 

Vs. Btech Blvd. tRUotnlInt PrtitceN 

Bisik Scboot 

Kev. MiMwt M. ^aUaee 



FHMT tAttlST CHtnkCR 

Lynnhaven 
Rev. Melvin R. Boones, pastor 



UNiov kexpsvillb baptist 

CRURCfl 

Bev. S. L. Scott, pastor 



LITTLE fINEY GROVE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Creeds — Rev. J. M. Hall, pastor 

no PIKBY GROVE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
Bev. Rodrer Steel, pastor 



BT. FRANCIS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

60S Rosemont Road 
Ttie Rev. Clayton E, Crirrer, Vicar 

FBIENBS 

FRfENDS MKETIVO 

(Quaker) 
Laskin Boad 

JEWffiH 

TEMPLE EMANUAL 

26th and Baltic, Va. Bieach 
Philip Pincus, Rabbi 



SALEM MBTHtmiST CHURCflt 

Princess Anne, VirrinLa 
Emory S. Ellmore, Minister 

TIBGDOA BEACH MBTHtWIST 
CHURCH 

907 18th Street 
Bev. Beverly Felty 



PENTECOSTAL 



PENTECOSTAL CHURCH UP CHRIST 

16th St. and Baltic Ave. 
Blwood Kem, Pastor 



PRESBYTERIAN 

BAYSIDB PRESBYTERIAN CHCRCH 

Near Bobbins Corner 
Bev. J, E. Jolinson, Pastor 



BOW CRBHK FRBBBTTEBIAN 
CHURCH 

Rosemont Boad and Plaxa Trail 
WenU J. Miller. Minister 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHUIICH 

First St., Glenroik, Norfolk 
E. Crowell Cooley, Pu<hor 



LUTHERAN 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CI1CUCH 

1300 Arorona Boulevard 
M. Bland Dudley, Minister 



EMANUAL LUTHERAN CHIRCK 

Lynn Shore Drive at Virrinia Beach 
Kenneth A. Price, Pastor 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Pa«-ific Ave. at 3«th St. 
John S. Lyles, .Pastor 



MORNING STAR BAPTIST CHimCH 

Rev. G. L. Parker, pasUir 



BBEXEZER BAPTIBT CHURCH 

Rev. G. L. Parker, pastor 



EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 
OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 

1480 Laskin Road 
Rev. Dickson W. Taylor 



RINGS GRANT PRESBYTERL\N 
CHURCH 

> 746 Llltis Neck Road 
Raymond C. Flltton, Pastor 



ST. JOHN A.H.E. CttURCH 

Davis Comer 
Bev, J. c. Fauntleroy. pastor 
^ MT. OLIVE BAPTIST 

Blrdneck Boad 

BRETHREN 

GRACE BBBTHBfeM CHVBCB 

Great Neck at nilltop 
A. Harold Arrington, Pastor 



CffiUSnAN 



BAT8IBE CBflSTIAN CHUBCB 

(CsnrreraUonal) 
Shore Dnve Mid Gresnwell Boad 

Earl L. FarreU, Minister 

DIAMOND SPRINGS CBRI8TIAB 

CHURCH 

Disciplea of Christ 

6760 W. Baden Boad 

O. David Shreeves, Pastor 



OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Baylake Pines. Bayside 
Kenneth R. Carbaurh, Pastor 



LYNNHAVEN PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr. 



PRINCE OF PBA'.B LUTHERAN 
rSVBCfl 

(Hiseonri Synod) 

424 King's Grant Road 

Rev. J. Elmer Medl-sy. Pastor 

NAZARENE 

OCEANA CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

8. Colin Botise Rd.. Oceana 
Paul R. Aldrich. Pastor 

METHODIST 

BAiLAKE METHODIST CHURCH 

Shore Dr. at Treasure Island Dr. 

In Bayside 

Raymond E. Musser. Minister 



THAUA TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

420 Thalia Road 
Sidney D. Crane, Minister 



WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

John B, Dey Eleni. School 
J. Stanton Blalii. Pastor 

ROMAN CATHOLIC 

FTAR UF THE SEA CATHOLIC 
CHURCH 

,14th St. and Arctic Circle 
Bev. Francis V. r>ambrick 



SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN CRUBOl 

111 Lobourh Avenue 
Bev. J. Frederick Parker 

CHURCH OF cfflonr 

I 

CHURCH OF CBMRT 

1400 Va. Beach HvA. Oceana 
Boy N. Wilson. HiiUster 



BECCP GROVE METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
HoM B. JacliKon. Pasto'' 



BETHEL METHODIST CHURCH 

Princ*"!!* Anne 
Roy R. Jacltson, Pastor 



BT. GREGORY THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7271 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Bnv. Flavian Yelinko, O.S.B. 

Rev, Paschal Kneip, 0.9A 

BT. MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHUaC. 

1010 Sandra Lane. Va, Beach 
Father O'Hara. Father Findlay 



coMMUirmr methoihst church 

Aeredale — Kempsville 
Bev. John L. Kibler, Jr. 



KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Creeds. Tirriala Beach. Virrinia 
W. T. Weaver. Minister 



fOCNDRY MEtAMIMT CHUBCS 

Va. Beach Blvd., Ljnnhaven 
William H. Acoets. Minister 



ST. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 

A44 Little Nock Road 
Rev. Thomas M. Summers 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 

FIRST CnURCH OF CHRIST, 
SCIENTIST 

80D 20th Street 



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LARASAN REALtY A INS. 

Lawrence A. Sancilio, President 

3401 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Pkoae Ste-3«3e 



CAVALIER GARAGE 

Johnny DnSley 

Directly Behind Hotel— 
Independently Operated 

HoUy Road A Cavalier Drive 

Phone 4a8-2l31 



WALKER REALTY CORP. 

Branch Offloo 

3277 Virginia Bcadi Blvd. 

Adjarent To Prinress Anne Ptaia 
We Sell, Buy, Rent & Trade 
Telephone 340^)121 



PURITAN RESTAURANT 

OPEN 84 HOURS • PHONE 4Sa-95l9 
17TH STREET * ATLANTIC AVE. 



McCOY OIL COMPANY 
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F. S. MeCoy Phnne 428-9113 

Bodget Payment Plan — 

Kerosene— Fuel Oil 

31« VhvUB Beadi Nvd. 
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BE-LO nJPERMARKETS 

London Bridge, Va. and 

30fli Street ft AroMc Ave. 

Virginia Beach 



After Ckweh DIae at Tka 

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We Deliver Phme 428-9313 

Z3rd Street. Virginia Beach 



PRINCESS ANNE MEMORIAL 

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1110 Great Neck Road 

ViilialaBeart 

Phone 340-7311 



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SU PaeMe Ave. Ph GA 84M1 
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• LEGAL NOTICES 



VIRGIl^: 

IN TME CIRCUIT COURT (F 
THE CITY OF BEACH. ON THE 
28lh DAY OF SEnESfflSEai. 19^, 
IN THE MATTER OF VIRGINIA 
NATIOI«AL iBANK. NORFOLK. 
V'JRGIN1.\. EJGEaJTOR AND 
TRUSTfcE OF THE ESTATE OF 
JAMES B. WHITE. DECEASED. 
^ SHOW CAUSE ORfiEai 

It spearing to the Court that a 
repsrt of the accounts o! Virginia 
Natlcnal Bank. Ebcecutor and Trus- 
tee of Jie Elstate of James B. 
White, deceased, and of tha 
debts and demands against his 
estate has been filed in the Clerk's 
Oflice of this Court, and that six 
months have elapsed siince the 
qjalification, on motion of said 
Virginia National Bank. Executor 
and Trustee of the Elstate of James 
B. White, Deceased, it is 

ORDERED that the creditors of, 
and all others intere^ai in the 
Estate of Janoes iB. White, de- 
ceased, do show cause, if any they 
can, on the 28th day of Novemba-, 
1968, before this Court, in its court- 
room, against the payment and de- 
livery of the Estate of James B. 
White, deceased, to the devisees 
and lEigatees, whhout requiring re- 
funding bonds. 

IT K (FURTHER ORDERED 
that this Show Cause Order be 
published once a week for four 
successive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a new^aper having 
general circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach. Virginia. 
A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 

By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D.C. 

Francis S. Thompson 

301 25th Street 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 

10 6 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VHIGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT <X)URT OF TiJE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 30th DAY OF SEPTEMBER.' 
1966. 
JUANITA A. FARNSWORTH 

Plaintiff, 
against 
WILLIAMX. F.ARNSWORTH, 

Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICA-nON 

The object of this suit is for ttie 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonnii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of Separation for more than two 
years. 

And an affidavit having been 
mads and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of The State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being: c/o P. 0- Box 213, 
Jean McKinney. Guemeville, Cali- 
fornia, it is ordered that he do 
^pear 'lere within 10 (ten) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tsct his interest in this suit. 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: J. CURT:S FRUIT, D.C. 

Brydges, Brayles & McKenry, p.q. 

1339 Laskin Road, 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 6 4T 



NOTICE 

VraCINIA: 

. The regular meeting of the Coun- 
cil of the City of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Circut Court on 
Monday. October 10, 1966 at 2 
o'clock P.M. at which time persons 
will be heard for and against the 
following prcf osed changes of Eon- 
ing, use permits, etc.: 

I. Application of Bunco Corp. by 
Owen and Guy, Attorneys, for a 
change of zoning from Rural Res- 
idence District 1 <R-R 1' to Resi- 
dence Suburban District 1 (R-S D 
and Residence Suburban District 
2 (R-S 2). 

Parcel A-1 to be R-S 1: 
Beginning at a point on the South 
side of Ewell Road 500 feet more 
or less East of Independence Boul- 
evard running a distance of 1192 
feet along Ewell Road, running 
a distance of 1845 feet along 
the Northern property line, Snulhh 
ern property line proposed Thor- 
«ughg3cd E-tates. Section 8 and 
454 feet more or lew ak>Bg the 
Eastern property line, property 
now or formerly Guthrie. Said 
praperty having an average depth 
of 200 feet. 

Parcel A-2 to be R-S 1: 
Beginning at a point 280 feel more 
or less Sauth of the above de- 
scribed parcel and nmnuig in a 
Sout'ierly (tirectitm S20 feet more 
Or less, thence turning and runn- 
ing in a We^rly directimi for a 
diitance of 13C feet more or \$s&. 
Said carcel teving an average 
drt.*! of m feet. 

Parcel D iO be R-S 2: 
Bc5:nnlr«. at a potet JWO feet 
mare or l^s Eaat of Independence 



• LEOAL NOTICES 

less, nlofe JiAsOid 'M^tiA in 
the Office of the City Planning 
ckHiunission. Bayside Bmm^. 

H. Application of Fala Corpwa- 
tion for a change of zonii^ from 
Limited Comnti««ial District 3 
(C^ 3) to enteral Conmercial 
District 3 (C« 3) and a Use Per- 
mit for a gasoline s\spp]y station 
on certain property kwated on the 
West side of Witchduck Road be- 
ginnmg at a point 89 feet North 
of Richard Road. Bayside Bor- 
ough. 

III. Application of Sylba Cor- 
poration for a change of zoning 
from Residence SiiHtfban District 
4 (R-S 4) to General Industrial 
District 3 (M-I 3) on certain 
property beginning at a point 2890 
feet more or less East d New- 
town Road, running a distance of 
m feet more or less along the 
Northern property line. (Containing 
4.43 acres Bayside Borpogh. 

W. AM)licatiQn of Stanley W. 
Bonney for a Use Permit to op- 
erate a gasoline supply station at 
the Southeast corner of Princess 
Anne Road and Newtown Road 
frontmg 206 feet more or less on 
Nefwtown Road and 208 feet more 
or less along Princess Anne Road. 
Bayside Borough. 

V. Apirfication of W. Everett 
Tolson of Kellam and Kellam. At- 
torneys, for a diange of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 1 
,R-0 1) to General QMiunercial 
District 1 (C-G 1) and a Use Pei> 
mit to operate a gasoline supply 
station and Limited Conmiercial 
District 1 (C^L 1) of certain prop- 
erty located at the Southwest in- 
tersection of Whitehurst Landtag 
Road ai^ Providence Road. 

Parcel 1 to be C-G 1 and a Use 
Permit to operate a gasolme sup- 
ply station: Fronting 175 feet on 
the West sWe of Whitehurst Land- 
ing Road, 201.89 feet along the 
South side of Providence Road. 

Parcel 2 to be C-L 1: 
Beginning at a point 201.89 feet 
'west of Whitehurst Landing Road 
fronting 191.50 feet on the South 
side of Providence Road. Kemps- 
ville Borough. 

VI. Application of Nathan S. 
Gumenick by Owen B. Pickett, 
Attorney, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 1 
(RhD V to Multiple Family Resi- 
dence District (R^M) and a Use 
Permit to construct 208 garden 
type apartments located at the 
Southeast intersection of Norfolk 
and Southern Railway and Kellam 
Road, fronting 600 feet more or 
less on the South side of the Nor- 
folk and Southern Railway, 1150 
feet more or less akmg the East 
side of Kellam Road. Kempsville 
Borough. 

VII. Application of E. V. Will- 
iams Co., Inc. for a change of 
zoning from Residence Duplex 
District 1 (R-D 1) to Residence 
Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) and 
iXsidence Duplex District 1 (R-D 
D to General Commercial District 
1 (C-G 1). 

Parcel 1 to be R-S 3: 
Bei^inning at a point 2^.48 feet 
South of Indian River Road and 
48810 feet West of Kempsville 
Road. 

Parcel 2 to be C-G 1: 
Beginning at a point on the South 
side of Indian River Road 1259 
feet more or less West of Kemps- 
ville Road, running a distance of 
494 feet on the South side of Indian 
River Road. Kempsville Borough. 
VIM. Application of CJeorge W. 
Halstead, Jr. by J. Peter Itolland, 
III, Attorney, for a change of 
zoning from^' Residence Suburban 
District 4 (R-S4) to General In- 
dustrial District 1 (M-I 1) and a 
Use Permit to operate a mobile 
homes court on certain property 
located on the East; side of Cen- 
terville Turnpike, beginning near 
the Virginia Beach and Chesa- 
peake City Line and extending 
North 914.27 feet. Containing 122 
acres more or less. More detailed 
information in the Offk:e of the 
City Planning Commission. 
Kempsville Borough. 

IX. Application of Broad Bay 
Manor, Inc. by Kellam & Kellam, 
Attorneys, for a diange of zoning 
from Residence &iburban D»trict 
1 (R'S l> t^ Residence Suburban 
District 2 (R-S 2) and Rural Resi- 
dence District 1 (R-R 1) to Resi- 
dence Suburban Di^rict 1 (R-S D. 
Parcel 1 to be R-S 2: Located on 
the Northwest corner of Shore- 
haven Drive and Great Neck 
Road.fronting 3450 feet more or 
less along the West side of Great 
Neck Road and »)00 feet more 
or less along the Northern j»oper- 
ty line, and 4100 fe^ nxN-e or less 
along the Western property line 
and 3700 feet more or less almg 
Uk North side til Saorehavm 
Drive. 

Parcel ' 2 to be R-S 2: 
Beginning at a point 600 feet more 
or less West of Great Neck Roal 
rtinning 800 feet more or less 
along Uie South side of Swrehaven 



LEGAL NOTICES 



Aoad ami nrattog a '&Mbce <A 
960 fe?t more or less ak^tiie 
NoriJj S!(te of s*Tehliv«n DHve 
and runntep a distaste of 1900 
feot more or less along the 
Eastern pr(^)«rty line a distance of 
1300 feet more or less akuig the 
Western property toe and a dis- 
tance of 1100 feet nwre or less 
atong the Northern pr(^?wty Itae. 
Lyniidiaven Borot^. , 

X. Afi^iltton d 6. RtaseD 
GinAert for a change of zomi^ 
from Residence Duplex Disfi^rt 2 
(R-D 2) MS Linked CoimeM-cial 
District 1 (CiL 1) on certafc prop- 
erty k)cated m the South side of 
Lasidn Road beginiung at a poitA 
80 feet more or less West el Phil- 
Hp Avenue running a distance ol 
412 feet more or less along the 
South side of Laddh Road. Lynn- 
hav&a Borough. 

XI. Application of VirgfaiUi 
Beach Industrial Devdiofinfent Au- 
thority by jL. D. Curtis. Director, 
for a change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburfjan District 3 (R-S 3) 
to (reneral Industrial District 3 
(M-I 3) be^nning at a point 848 
fert more or less West of Eureka 
Avenue, frontiifg 360 feet more or 
less along the Southo-n i»X)p6rty 
line of the Norfolk and Soirthem 
Raihvay. Lynnhaven Borou^. 



• LBOALNOTICB 

xn. Appd^Aj* Geiaf I 

Snefi. hasd P. Wilson, ftee F. 
Br^il^. ^ iaat. SA^ f* 
a diangfe of a»hif froifi Re^SSlK* 
Si^uitMD) Dtotrict 3 (R-S 3) wMi « 
Bfofldi and t^nrist and Rest^irani 
District (t-2) SOE^XOm to Lta. 
ited Cohmwrsid District 3 (C-li S) 
beginning at a ppftit 480 f«etBiore 
or 1^ West of Bir&ieck Road and 
fn»ting 408.7 feet on the Scnith 
side of Laskin Itoad. Lyorfurven 
Borou^. 

XIII. Api*a*J(» of W. t. 
Schwerier for a change of wfting 
iMti Resdtiice Subiiiitta District 
3 (R-S 3) with a Motd and Tour- 
ist and RestJrarant Dfe&ict (T-2) 
Siipplement to Linjited Commerc- 
ial District 3. (C-i) 3) b^inning at 
a point 380 feet more or less W^ 
of Bir<lneck Itoad and fronting 
100 feet along the South skle d 
Laskin Road. Lynnhavoi Borough. 

XIV. AppHcaBon <rf the City of 
Virginia iBeach, D^wrbnent of 
Pi^lic Works, for a change of 
zomng from Limited Commercial 
District 1 (C-L 1) to General Can- 
noercial DistrKt 3 (CG 3) and a 
Use Pwroit to construct a City 
marina and other necessary fa- 
cilities begirmii^ at a point S60 
feet nr»re or less East of Vista 
Cu-cle, fronthjg 300 feet more or 



• LEGAL NOTICK 

fess od the Soudii 0^ of liynn- 
Sayen Avenue, runnmg a distance 
dsoikH more or k^ along M 
ti^^ p-opert^ Hoe, a ^stance 
of 206 fe^ more or less fdoQg the 
Sotfthem propertt line (LMlg 
Creek) and 500 feet more or less 
atong the Westefn proi^&ty linfe. 
Lynnhavo) Borau^. 

XV, Apfilioattffl) of Acquisition, 
inc. iot dianges ol zomng from 
Agricultural District (A-R) to 
General Commercial District 2 
iCG S)'and Limited C^onmercial 
District 2 (CJL 2) and a Use Pei> 
mit to operate a gasoUne supply 
statfon. 

Parcel 1 to be C-<; 2 and a Use 
Pemnit for a gasoline supply sta- 
tion: Beginiung at a point on the 
t^ side of South Lynnhav^i 
Road across fron Fern Ridge Road 
and nmnii^ a distance of f77.73 
feet akHig ^ E^st side of South 
Lym^ven Read. Said parcel be- 
fi^ triangular hi shape. 

Parcel 2 to be C4j 2: Beginning 
at a point on the East side of 
South Lyndiaven Road adjacent 
to Pared 1 fronting 387.1 feet 
aloi^ the East side of South Lynn- 
havm Road. Prfaicess Anne Bor- 
ou^. 

X^. Application of Walter T. 
Hutdiins for a chaise of zoning 



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ihm MuJ^iSe *"«# «fia(Jencc 
district (JfM)- to G«n«al Copa- 
mercial oiiM i (WJ l) ahd a 
Use i'erihit for Trailer Storage 
on certain property be^oiuD^ at 
i point lieo feet more or le&$ 
l^th ol Harper Road and US teel 
ihore or less Wek of Oce^ 
Bookvard. Princess Anne Bor- 
oi#. 

^m. AK)licatkm of James A. 
Mcmaco for a change of aonii^ 
ir^ Itetaa Sad(te« (B-V Dis- 
trkit t6 IfuR^e FttfnUy RfesiiiMoe 
<R-S) DKriet anB a Use Permit 
to donstrtict 48 ajpartmM uMts 
begittiiag at a poirit on the Soufif- 
west corner of 19th Street and 
Mediterahean AVWae. froritag 
360 feet on the South side d nKb 
Street. Virginia Beach BoroiHi^. 

XD(. Applicatk)i6 of Bernard 
Jaffe for a Use Pennit to con- 
struct two billtxwrds located 25 
feet from the Soutlr side d Virgin- 
ia. rBeach Boulevard 100 feet East 
of Horace Ave. , formerly Jefferson 
Ave., said sign beiag as feet t^ 
12 feet: and 356 feet East of Hw- 
ace Avenue, fwroerly Jefferson 
Avenue, said s^ being 46 feet 
by K feet. Bayside Borou^. 

XX. Aj^lication of Bell Corpora- 
tion fbr a change of zoning from 
Residence SutMriaan District 4 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, October 6, 1966 



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(its 4) 10 Um^ Cbfcrter^l 
District s t€^ 3) and Migtige 
Family RCTktemw piltrict i$>tp. 

Parcel 1 tq Ije &L S: Bcgin^mg 
at a point OS feetmore «r >« 
South of the^ inter^cttop d ,i^»- 
tatlNr Road an^ Gtial Ne(»; Road. 
frontii^ UflO feet HMM or lew on 
the test iiae of IfUc^atid Great 
Neeft ItoM. ^ bsH more or Kai 
on the SbeXhem property Haft, li 
cori**iea distance of tM.% f*el 
more or less a\oi» the Westim 
artjpert^ l&fe (Old Gmt I^eck 
Road). 360 feet more or less on 
the North^ ordseitv ttie. 

Parcel 2 to be R-M: Certain 
property located at the Southeast 
comer pf Plantation Roatf and 
Great Nwk Road and rrnning b) 
a Southerly dfrection a ifislaflc* of 
2300 feet more or less aloig the 
East dde of the Proposed Orfcat 
Neck Tioai, a dBstance ef 158 te6t 
atong the Southern ifrop^ ttie, 
and a (Hstance of 2100 feet more 
or less akmg the Western property 
fine of Point O'Wotods, a dirtance 
of 100 feet mor6 or less dottg the 
South side of Plantatioti Riod. 
Lynnbavfn Borough. 

XXI. AK>licatitm of Sh(ffl- Oil 




Ooropany f<rtr a A«^ .^jft? 
fram Resklence Sufiurfian l^ict 

4 tm 4) ioGaOcaommt^ 

m^tl 1 iCG i) Mi Vm 
PerteA to opertte a tt^W* 
pit station on cerfin i^ 
MM at ti^ i»aimm cctBtr (tf 
third »reet and Rosemont Road, 
(rmting 208.75 feet * **• ^W** 
ade of RosanoDt Road. WM fe«< 
<m the South side of Third Street. 
Lynnhaven fUMnlfi. 

XXII. Application of Ra^ph Ed- 
ward Carr by George t. Wrdea. 
Jr., Attorney, for a dan^ «l n»- 
ihg from Residence a*ur&m Dia- 
trfct 3 (R-S 3) to GeneM Com- 
mercial IMstrkA 2 (C« 2) and a 
Use Permit to operate a pisoline 
ttpply station on the Nortlwst 
corner of Lynimaiven Rdad and 
Foundry taAe, frontmg 166 feet 
on the East side <rf Lynnhaven 
Road arid frtsiting 3ZS feet on the 
Nwih ride of Foundry Lane, 
lyirtiaven Boroo^. 
Jdin V. F«itre5S.Ctty Clef*; 
By: Mai^u^ M. Hood. D.C.C 

Vir^ia Beach Sun News, Sep- 
teiM>d- 29. I9to and October 6. 
i968 1 time each. 

9 292T 



Boulevard. 215 fe^ •?" "LJ""* »rive. 450 feet more or less along 



Siuth of Ewdl Road. Iforthern 
prop«1y line <rf Pre^yterian 
Church, itmnii^ along the Western 
property line 9TO feet nrare or 
•ess. ak^ the Northen property 
lire im feet nwe or less along 
•e Eartan propoty line 9« feet 
nwre or less, along the Scwtham 
pi^j]^ kM m ieet am* at 



the^-Eastern property line, 1000 feet 
more or less along the Southern 
property line and 600 fed nwre 
or km 3uia^ the We*em pttt^&ty 
line. 

Pared 3 to be B-S 1: 
BrgDBihig at a point 3700 f^ 
mflTfl or leu Wi^ of Great Hm^ 








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MCHARD PAIGE. 

OUMOt OF PUKJCAHON 

Ibt ofc^ of this suit is to ob- 
tan • divoroe A IkoM et Tlioro 
to be lalv merged into a divwoe 
A Vlaeaio Matrimoiiii tram the 
nSA dafcotet upoD (he grounds 
of d««tin. 

Md m affidavk htvimi been 
Bttdi and filed (hat the dcJoidant 
ia a MB-raskleBt of (be State of 
yk^BiM, dte teat kaown port off- 
ice address being: VT-3SflP USN- 
AfiS Chase Field. Beeville Texas, 
it is ordered diat he do'appear 
here iiitlilD M (ten) days after due 
p a M e a t i o n hereof, and do what 
m^ ba aeoessaiy to protect his 
Mii'uiin this suit 
ACbpy— Teste: 



• UOAL NOTICES 



JOm V. lifimQESS, Cierk 
By: J. OURTB FRUIT, DC. 
Sryi^es, Broyks & MdCenry, pq. 



1SB9 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Viiginia 



10 6 4r 



COMMWiWBALlH Of VIRGINIA 
COMMONWEALTH W VntGINU 

IN TBE OLESK'S OfFICE OF 
IHE CBiOUilT OOURT OF IHE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
IfS: 14th DAY OF ^EPTEMBGR. 
1968. 

OWEN A. MOSS, Plaintifi. 
against 
BLSIE McKINl^IY MOSS. 

DefoidBnt. 
OBMIR OF nJBUCATlON 

Ihe object of this suit is for the 
sakl plaintif to obtain a divorce 
from the said dtfendant, upon the 
pounds of desertion or sep&ration 
for over two years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State d 
^uginia, the last known post office 
bdag: Liverpool, En^mid. it is 
ordered that she do appear here 
within 10 <ten) days after due fvh- 



• LEGAL Nona 

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Ucflttm hered, and do what may 
be necessary to protect her inter- 
est in dds sdt. r 
A Copy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerit 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D. C. 
VidOT J. Adie, PQ. 
1134 Church Street, 
Norfdk, Virginia 

992 «r 



CmiMONWEALTH OF VDtGlNU 

IN TIffi CLERK'S OFFICE OF 

THE cmourr coum of toe 
orry of Virginia beach, on 

THE 15th DAY OF SEPHaffiER. 

1966. 

JOHN RICHAW) WINTON. JR. 

Plaintiff, 
again^ 
JOANNA GRACE BENNINGTON 

WINTON, 'Defendant, 
(HU>ER OF FUBLICATUm 

The object of thi$ is for the said 
plaintiff to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the said de- 
fendant, upon the groumb of sepa^ 
ration for a period of more than 2 
years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resideitf of the State of 
Viiginia, the last known post office 
adress being: 1Q30 Isabella Avenue, 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



Apt. A., Coronado, Caiifomia, it 
is ordered that she do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
pubfication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suk. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTB FRUITr. D.C. 
C. Lydon Harrell, Atty., P.Q. 
Board of Trade Building, 
Norfolk, Virginia 

922 4T 

At a Special Tenn of the Supreme 
Court held at the Courthouse in the 
Village of Goshen. New Yorit on 
the 6th day of S(4)tember. 1966. 
PRESENT 

HONORABLE HUGH S. COYLE 
Ju^ice of the Supreme Court 
In the Matter of the Application 
OF 
JOHNCOMISKEY 

to procure an Order Dissolving his 
marriage to Helen Cwiidcey. 

It appearing to the satisfaction 
of the court 1^ the petition of Jolm 
Comiskey, verified the 28th day of 
Aug., 1966 that Helen Comiskey, 
the wife of the petitioner has ab- 
seiled herself for five successive 
years th«» last past without beii^ 
known to the said Jolm Comiskey 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



to be living during that tfane; that 
the said John Comiduy brieves 
his said wife, Helen Comidcey to 
be dead; that due and dl^genA 
search has been made by the pe- 
titxMier to discover ^id^ce itaw- 
ing that his wife, the sakl Hfjen 
Cfflniskey is living and the petition, 
among other things, sJiowing that 
no sudi evidence has been found; 
and it satisfactorily ^spearing to 
me that the notke hereto annexed 
is in proper form and in accord- 
ance widi Sectkm 7-a of die Domea- 
tK Relation} Law; and that Uie 
proposed date of ^ hearing her^ 
will not be less than forty days 
after the compjetkm of the pdtili- 
cation of such notKe. 

Now, on reading and filing the 
sakl petition and notice and after 
hearing, Michael A. Gurda, Esq., 
attorney for the petitioner herein, 

IT IS HEIRiESY ORDERED, that 
the annexed notice herein directed 
to the said, Hden Oomi^ey to be 
published in the Virginia Beach 
Sun, a newspaper pubHsbed in 
Va. Beach, Virgftiia being the 
newspaper hereby designated as 
most likely to give notk*e to said 
Hdoi Comiskey, once each wedc 
for three successive weeks, and 
that on or before the first day <rf 
publicatum, the petitioner deposit 



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is the post office in Middletown, 
N.Y., a set of copies <d the notice, 
petitwn sffld this order- contained 
m a securely pots-paid wrapper 
du-eded to the said Helai Comis- 
key at Atlantic Hotd and Apart- 
ment, 1086 E. Ocean View Avowe, 
Norfoft, Vhgli^. 
ENTER 

S/HUGH S. OOYMC, 
Justice of die Supreme Court 

922 3T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIROINIA 

. IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 23rd DAY OF SEJFTEMBER, 
1906. 

iMlARGARET HANCXXX FREE- 
MAN, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

iWniilAiM DANA FREEMAN, JR., 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
from the bonds of Matrimony from 
the said d^^ant, upon the 
grounds of Desertion for one y^ir. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a residoit of the State of Vir- 



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LEGAL NOTICES 



ginia, the last known post office 
address being: USAF 1041 Secur- 
ity Strike fV)rce, Test Sq. A. F. 
Rangers. APO, SchofieW Bks., 
APO, 98657, it is ordered that he 
do appear here witt^ 10 (ten) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necssary to 
protect his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
By: J. OURTBiFRUTr, Clerk, 
iFrank E. Butler, HI, p.^ q. 
3TO7 Virginia Beach Blvcl., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 29 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN TOE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT CWRT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
iTHE 23rd BAY OF SHTEMBER, 
19eK. 
DONNIE LEE STRICKLAND, 

Plaintiff, 
against 

NANCY LEE SOAW STRICK- 
LAND, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLieAtlON 
The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
A. M^sa Et Thoro from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of de- 
sertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
adress being: 2698 Olivera Street, 
Concord California, it is ordered 
that she do appear here within 10 
(ten) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 

By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, Dep. C 
Ansel], Purrington, & Butler, p. q. 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

.9 29 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BE.\CH, ON 
THE 23rd DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 
.1966. 
KATHLEEN iHUCHES crLiBERT, 

an Inft., 
Plaintiff, 
against 
KEITH EUGENE GAJBERT, 

Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to be granted a di- 
vorce A Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, ' upon the 
grounds of wilful desertion and 
abandonment for a period of more 



than one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Vlr^nia, the last known post off- 
ice address being: USS Bronsteen. 
DD 1037, c/o Fleet Post Office, 
San Francisco, California, it is 
oirdered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
public^oi , hereof , and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy-Teste: 

By: J. CURTIS FTRUIT.Dep. C 
William E. Fulford, p. q. 
Suite 610 Plaza One, 
Norfolk, Virginia 

929 4T 



VIRGINIA: 

IN THE OIROUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 21st DAY OF SEPTEM- 
BER, 1966. 

Re: WILLIAM P. RUDROW, 
Deceased 

SHOW CAUSE AGAINST 
DISTRIBUTION 

It appearing that a report of 
the accounts of Virginia National 
Bank, Administrator of the Estate 
of William P. Rudrow, deceased, 
and of the debts and demands 
against the estate has been filed 
in the Clerk's Office, and that six 
months has elapsed since the qual- 
ification, on motion of the person- 
al representative, it is ORDERED 
that the creditors of. and all others 
interested in, the estate show 
cause, if any they can, on the 24th 
day of October, 1956, before this 
Court at its Courtroom against the 
payment and delivery cf the estate 
to the legatees without requiring 
refunding bands. 

It is further ORDERED that the 
foregoing portion of this order be 
pubMshed once a week for four 
successive wedcs in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper published 
in the City of Virginia Beach. Vir- 
ginia. 

A Copy Teste: 

JOIEV V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
VANDEVENTER, BUCK, 
\ffiREDlTH & MARTIN 
819 Citizens Bank Bldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 

929 4T 



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COI^MONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
Tl'3: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CiTY OF VIRGINIA BEMM, ON 
THE 29'Ji DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 
1953. 

ELVAS G. iBOYD, Plaintiff, 
against- 
H)A DELOIS REED BOYD, 

Defendant. 

jMU>ER OF PUBLICATION 

l^e object of this 6U^ ig fav 
the said plaintiff to dSfUdn a di- 
vorce from tly bonds <rf nnti^ 
mony from tiw said defendant u^ 
on ths ^Qiads of two year sepaie- 
tion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed &ai the defen<fai^ 
is nst a residort <rf the State of 
Virgmia, the last known post off- 
ice address be^: K Harvard St., 
Springfi^d, abaaacfauselte, it is 
ordered that ihe do appear bim 
within 10 (t«i) dqn «fker dtR pob- 
lication h«eof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect her inter- 
est in this suit. 
A Cpoy— Teste: 
JOTN V. FENTRESS. Qerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Messrs! Caton & WrigJit, p.q. 
2508 Pacific Avenue, 
Virginia Beach, Vi]|;ioia 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC ffilARING 

The Virginia Beach Planning 
Conunission will conduct a Public 
Hearing on Thursday, October 13. 
1986, at 9:30 A.M. in the Cipcuit 
Court. City Hall, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. The foUowing applica- 
tions will appear on the ag<)oda. 
BAYSEDE BOROUGH 

I. Application of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach for a Use Permit 
to operate a police precinct and 
public library on certain proper- 
ties located 330 feet more or less 
South of the extension of Honey 
Grove Road, fronting 400 feet on 
the East side of Independence 
Boulevard. 

II. Application of Colonial Out- 
door Advertising Corporation for 
a Use Permit to erect a billboard 
13 feet by 46 feet at tlie Northwest 
comer of Broad Street and Penn- 
sylvania Avenue. 

III. Application of James A. 
Payne for a Use Permit to operate 
a hobby center and modW' ear 
track beginning at a point Jb5 feet 
more or less Bast of'Diamond 
Springs Road and 145 feet more or 
less South of Haden Road, the 
existing building being located in 
the Diamond Springs Shopping 
Center. 

IV. Application of Colonial Out- 
door Advertising Corp, for a Use 
Permit to erect a billboard 13 feet 
by 46 feet on the Northwest corn- 
er of Virginia Beach Boulevard 
and Opgl Ayenue, 

V. Application oi M. R. . Miller 
for a ^hange of zoning from Res- 
idenc^Suburban District 4 (R-S 4) 
to Limited Commercial District 3 
<C-L 3) beginning at a point on 
the West side &: Witchduck Road 
560 feet more or less North of 
Erskine Avenue and running a 
distance of 380 feet more or less 
along Witcfiduck Road. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 
Vf. Application of Paula Collins 
by Kellam and Kellam, Attorneys, 
for a discontinuance, closure and 
abandonment of Klowas Ayenue 
and Prescott Avenue. 

Klowas Avenue: Begiiming at a 
point on the North side of Bonney 
Road and extending in a Northerly 
direction 448 feet more or less to 
the South side of the Norfolk and 
Southern Railway Right of Way 
then beginning at the North side 
of the Norfolk and Souaiern Rail- 
way Right of Way and running in 
a Northerly direcUon a distance of 
e^ feet more or less to the South 
Side of Virginia Beach Boulevard. 
Said right of way being 60 feet in 
width. 

Prescott Avenue: Beginning at a 
pwt on the North side of the 
^|orfolk and Southern Railway 
R'g^it of Way and extending in a 
Northerly directwn a distance of 
550 feet more or less to the South 
side of Virginia Beach Boulevard. 
S8id right of way being 60 feet in 
width. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

VH. AppUcation of I. Michael 
and L. G. Gordon by J. R. Porter 
for a Use Permit to operate a day 
nursery in the Arlington Hall 
Apartments. Said »partai«nts be- 
ing 300 feet more or less East of 
Dillon Drive. More detailed infor- 
mation in the Office of the City 
Planning Commission. 

VIII. AppUcation of Princess 
Anne Memorial J»ark. Inc. for i 
change of aonlng from Residence 
j»uburha^ District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Li.-nit£d Commercial Di^ict 1 
(C4. 1) to construct an admini- 
straUon building for the Princess 
Anne Memorial p^rk, beginning at 
I point 320 feet more or less 
^orth of Rase HaU Drive fronting 
*» feet more or less along the 
E*^ side of Great Neck Road. 

IX. Aj^licanon of Lynnhavcn 
Building Supply. Inc. for a Utt 
Permit to construct a biffiward 12 
feet by 33 feet at the Northeast 
intersecUon of Great N«dc Road 
and Wolfsnare Road. 

X AppLc^ion of Birdneck Vm 
ers, M fay Owea B. Pid^, At* 



LEGAL NOTICES I • LEGAL NOTICES I Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, October 6, 1 966 



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tomey. for a change of zoning 
from Residaice Suburban District 
3 (R-fi 3) to Residence Sid)uri>an 
District 3 (R* 3) with a Motel 
and Tourist and Restaurant Dis- 
trict (T-2) Supplement on cq^ 
prqierty located at the %#w ii t 
corner of Car^ipl Wmi and La*- 
kin Road, ftamg mL4l t^ oa 
the rinrtt gide oC Lasitin Road. « 
dia|pm o| 374.78 feet al<»g t^M 
W t rtira property Hne, a distaapj 
of WM fe^ mere o» less alqng 
the T^rthea propcfffy lh«, Sovjikh 
em {Hioperty iat of f anager Trail 
and a dix^utce of 318.78 feet akmg 
^ Eastern prcperty line, Western 
property Une of Canfin^ Road, 
liot "L" will be d«l*ted fr«fen 
the above des(h-ibed ^operty as 
shown in Map Book 47, Page M. 
PRINCEas ANNE BOBOCGB 
M. Api^tum of Baidey B. 
Htaw iw for a change o( coning 
from Agricultural Unrestricted 
District (A-U) to General Com- 
mercial District % (06 2) of cer- 
tain property located on the North- 
west corper of Sandbrj()ge Road 
and Lotus Drive, runniag a dis- 
tance <tf 386 feet aloi^ the West 
side of I/itiis Drive and 220 feet 
•leqg Uie North side of Sandbri^e 

3KB- AfpUcatkn of Carlton S. 
Abemathy {or a change of 2»ning 
from Residence Suburban District 
1 (RhS 1) to General Commercial 
District 2 (C-G 2) and a Use Per- 
mit to operate an automotive re- 
pair garage beginning at a point 
on the South side of London Bridge 
Road 4800 feet more or less West 
of Oceana Boulevard running ISO 
feet more <a leu on the South 
side of London Bridge Road. 

XIII. Application of R.G. Bosh- 
er for a Use Permit to construct 
sue apartment units on certain 
property frontuig 50 feet along the 
North side of 33rd Street be- 
ginning at a point SO feet East of 
Arctic Avenue. 

All interested persons are invited 
to attend. 

F. MASON GAMAGE 
Director of Planning 
920 2T 



VIRGINIA: 

IN TBB CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE idROUIT COURT OF THE 
OFTY OF VTBGHiNIA BEACH ON 
TiW. lath DAY OF SEPTEMBiEJR, 
1966. 

JOHN M. POTTER and 
MEIRiRiILL S. iXnTER. Husband 
and wife, 

22B4A Paris Street, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Cwnplainants 
vs 

JOSEPH D. MURDEN. 

2236 VmUKlA BEACH BLVD. 

VIRGINIA Bmja. VffiGINrA 

BDWJN C. KELLi\iM. Trustee 

7*80 NORTH SHORE ROAD 

NCRFOLK, VIRG'INJA 

FLOYD E. KELLt\M, JR., Trus- 

M5 NORTH PLAZA TRAIL 
VTRGtlNJA BEACH. WRGOiNIIA 
GEORGE GRIMSTELAD, 
JOSEPH GRiIlMISTB.AiD, 
OTiRIjES GRIMSTEAD, 
ST«!LArR GIRIMSTB.AD, 
W. PRESTON GRTMSIEAID 
JORDAN T. GRJMBIEAD 
BOXANNA WlilSON AM)' UmLr 

JUS, WILSON, Her Husband, 
ELLEN HENLEY. 
WILLJAM GRiFNETEAD 
THOMAS GRIMSTEIVD,' 
ClAJUVIN DAVIS. 
GEORGE T. D.AVIS. 
ANNIE LAND and OSQ\R LAND. 

Her Hu^and, 
LOUISA COSTON AND SAMUEL 

COSTON. Her Husband, 
WALTER BOWDEN. 
SYLVESTER BARIBOUR, 
OSIAR GRTMSTEIAD 
HARRY GRIMSTEAD 
IDA BARfBOUR, 
AiNNIE WRIGHT, 
SINCLdJlR WRIGHT. 
JOHN WRIGHT, 
FRANK WRIGHT. 
JNO. WILLIAMS 
FRANK THOMAS. 
Unknown parties who may be in- 
terred in the Grimstead grave- 
yard, and all parties having visi- 
tation or other rights in the 
Grimstead graveyard tocated on 
the parcel designated "J. D. Mur- 
den 5.1 Ac." on the recorded plat 
entitled "Property of Rebecca 
Hyter, tocated near London 
BrklgfrPrincess Anne Co.. Va.", 
if Ihdng. or if any of them be 
dead tnen the surviving spouses, 
heirs, devisees, and successors 
in tiMe of sudi said defendants, 
whose last known postoPfice ad- 
dress is unknown, and who are 
made parties defendant by the 
fieneral description of "Parties 
Unknown", 

Defendants 
CKBEtER OF PtJBLICnQN 
This suit is ts-ought pursuant to 
the provisions ol Section 57-39 of 
the Code of Virginia <rf 1950, as 
amended, f^r the fumoseof h|vi4g 
the remains hiterrcd in the aban- 
doned gvflvcrard of tiie Grimatead 
famfly. kicatfd w the parcel dee- 
i«nated "J. D. Murden 5.1 Ac." M 
the recorded, plat flatted "Prop- 
erty <rf Rdjeeoa tMer, focated 
near London Ibidee-Prlncess Anne 
Co.. Va." removal to tmoe more 
suitabte reposRo*y, by a reputable 
funeral director, in strict aocutl- 
ance with the standsnds of bts p^^ 
km^' mA^ ^ mamttr hsM^ 
due ropeot for tlia dud enl (iw 
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And affklavit having been made 
aoi filed that aU parties respondent 
are urJoiown; that their wh^«a- 
bouts are unknown and tkeir la^ 
and ^^Iit pest o^e addresses 
MPtuiiii^wn; 

|t is aSKOf^'-Oi^/ Ordered and 
QMreed mat the above nanoed per- 
sons, th^ |fAi»«^w aid ne»t of 

1^ «|e gsxhu&e grimstead, 

jipP^GiUMSTBAD, CHAHLES 
GWU^IEAD. SINCLAIR GRIM- 
snBJkD, W. PRESTON GRIM- 
^mfiX>, JORD.AN T GBlM- 
SIBAD, BOX)AI#&V WIL8C»^ AND 
LOfEUUS WILSON, her husband, 
EU£N HEINLIEY. W^LLIAiM 
GiOMPEAD, TMOmS GRIM- 
StBBAD, CALVM DAVIS, 
G^SQitQi; T. DAVIS, ANNIE 
LAND MD OSQAR LAND, her 
huiwd, LOUISA COSTON AND 
sSkSbL COSrrOli, her husband. 
WiMB> BOfMDEN, SYtiVES- 
Tfift, BARBOUR. OSCAR GRIM- 
STEAD. HlARBY GUJMSTEAD, 
BXA .BAUaOUR. ANME WRIGHT, 
SmSJM, WPGHT, JOHN 
VWRIGHi'. FRANK 1WUGHT, JNO. 
WIL1LEAAI& FRANK THOMAS, 
lAiknawn parties who may be in- 
tiRed fat l^e Grimstead grave- 
yard, and sH parties having vit- 
iation or other rights in the Grim- 
stead ^aveyard locatedfon the 
parcel designated "J. D. Murden 
54l Ac' m the recorded plat en- 
tUed "Property tt JUbecca Hyter. 
kieated near Londan Bridg&;Prin- 
f cess Anne Company, Virginia." 
I if living, or if. any of them be 
dead then the surviving spouses, 
heirs, devisees, and successors in 
title of such said defendants, whose 
last known positolfice address is 
unknown, and who are made par- 
ties defendant by the general de- 
9criptk» of 'Tarties Unknown", 
do af^iear within ten days after 
di» pubhoatlon of this Order, and 
do what is necessary to protect 
their interests. 

And it is further Ordered that a 
copy of this Order be published 
once a week for four successive 
weeks in Va. Beach Sun, a news- 
paper pi^lished and having general 
circulation in the City of Virginia 
Beach, and that a copy hereof be 
posted at the front door of the 
Courthouse of the Ckcuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRE^, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D.C. 
Brydges and Broyles, P.Q. 
1369 Laskin Rood 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia 
Campbell and Gregory. P.Q. 
610 Board of Trade Building 
Norfolk. Virginia 9 22 4T 



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• LEGAL NOTICES 



Platatiff. 

I^UPH K. WILLIAMS. Defendant, 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

An affidavit having been nnade 
due diligence has been used on or 
in behalf of the complainant to 
find in which county or corpora- 
ti<m the defendant is, without ef- 
fect: the last known post office 
address being. Route 1 Box 1015, 
Vu"ginla Beach, Virginia, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publkation hei'ed, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in his sdt. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOUiN V. FEN111ES6, Offl-k 
By: J. OURTBS FRUIT, D.C. 
Brydges, ft^yles & McKenry 
1369 Laskin Road, 

Virginia Beach, \%ginia 

9is«r 



riOTICE 

STATE OF NEW YORK 
SUPREME ICOURT; ORANGE 

COUNTY 

In the Matter of the Application 
OF 
JOHN COMISKBY i 

to procure an Order Dissolving his 
marriage to Helen Comiskey. 
TO: HELEN COMISKEY 

Take notice thct a petition has 
been presented to this Court by, 
Ir,hn Comiskey, your huibar.d. for 
diissclution of your maniage on 
the ground that you absented your- 
self for five successive years last 
past without being known to him 
to be liviiig and that he believes 
you to be de=d, and that pursuant 
to an Order of said Court entered, 
the 18 day of September, 19So. a 
hearing will be had upon said pe- 
tition at the said Supreme Court. 
Special Term, in the County Court 
House in the City of Ncwburgh. Or- 
ange County, State of New York on 
the 7th day of November, 19ffi at 
9:30 o'clock in the forenoon. 

Dated: Middletown, New Y'ork. 
JOHN COMISKEY, Petitioner 
Michael A. Gurda, Esq. 
Attorney for Petitioner 
41 Dolson Avenue 
MkkBetown, New York 9 22 3T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BE.ACH. ON 
THE 12th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 
1966 
JAuMES FRANCIS WISE. JR. 

Plaintiff, 
against 

LAURA W. WIS^, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
A Vincuk) Matrimonii from tiie 
said defendant on the grounds of 
wilful and unlawful deicrtion and 
abandonment for a period of more 
than two year. 

And an affklavit having hew 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 8 N Tarboro 
Road. Raleigh. North Carolina, it 
is ordered that she do appear herg 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication liereof. and do what 
may be necessary- to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FWHT, DC. 
X Hugo Madison. Ally. 
1017 Church Street 

Norfolk, Virginia 

9 i5*r 



COMMONWEALTH OF VHtOlNU 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
QTY OF ViRGINlIA BEAOH, ON 
THE 8th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 
1966. 
ANTHONY JOHN 

PIETRUSZKIEWICZ, JR., 
Plaintiff, 
against 
EDITH KAM SUN 

PIETRUSZKilEWJCZ, 
Defendant, 
ORDER OF PUBLICA-nON 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintifif to obtain an Annul- 
ment from the said defendant, 
upoji the grounds of Section 20- 
54 of the Code Of Virginia as 
amended. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed tha^ the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 1818 Anna 
Puni Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, it 
is ordered that she do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
hej: interest in this suit. 
A Copy-Testa: 

JOiHiN V. EENrrRESS. Clerk - 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Brydges «» firoyks 
13G9 li^in Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 15 4T 



CaMMONWEALIIi fV VIRGINU 

LN THE CLERK'S OFFK^ OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY W VIRGI.VIA BEACH. ON 
'pS 8th aAY OF SGPTEMBER, 
1966 
ElliSL MAS ^lUJAMS, 



VIRGlNLi: 

IN THE CT^CUIT CCU.1T OF 
THE CITY OF 'VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 22th DAY OF SEPTEM- 
BER. 1636. 
RE: Paul Henry Herman, 

Deceased 
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE 

It appearing that the report of 
the accounts of Virginia National 
Bank, Norfolk, Virginia, executor 
of Paul Henry Herman, deceased. 
and of the debts and demands 
against the estate has been filed 
in the Clerk's Office, and that six 
months have elapsed since the 
qualification, on motion of the per- 
sonal representative;, it is ordered 
that the creditors of. and all eth- 
ers interested in, the estate show 
cause, if any they can, on the 18th 
day of Navemher, 1966, before t^iis 
Court at its courtroom against th6 
payment and delivery of the estate 
to the legatees without requirin" 
refunding bonds. 

It is further ordered that the 
foregoing portion of this order be 
published once a week for two suc- 
cessive weeks in the Virginia 
Beech Sui. a newspaper having 
general circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beacfi, Virginia. 
A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
I ask for this: 
Peter O Miller 
23C4 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Counsel for Executor 
10 6 2T 

ANNOUNCEM ENTS 
to Sptial NoticM 

CANDiIDS BY CASSiANWU. AvaU 
able by phoning 428-90K, between 
« and 9 A.Iif . 6 16 TFN 

Fpr a reasonaUe prke — those 
skirts, pants and uniforms can be 
ready for wear — imvherel Call 
a8-1428. 

922yr 



BUSINESS SERVICES 

30 AppHanf Srvicw 

NOTICE! 
Contractors & Home Builders — 
Let us help you witii that new 
liome — additions — or repairs. 
We can furnish materials from 
basement to attic and aid you in 
finantbg. 
Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 
(1) lOMmi 
406-^ 
426-3937 

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BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 Appliance Services 



VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoover, 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient lepairs. Pick up and de- 
livary. Phone 428-4222. Fuel 
Feed k Building Supplies, Inc. 

tfn 



31 Building — Repairing 



PAINTING wanted. Snaall jobs, 

interior or exterior. Call 428-7586. 

98 TFN 

36 Home Maintenance 



cleaning chimneys and fh-eplaces 
— repairs. 

Atlantic Builders & Maintenance 
Corp., 211 24th Street, Virginia 
Beach. 428-7574 - Nights 428-7350. 
Something new! Stop Smoking! 

10 6 4T 



EA\PLOYMENT 



40 Help Wanted— Female 



40 

Cook and waitress — ejq^rienced. 
5 days a week. Good salary. Ap- 
ply 3035 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

9292T 



Waitress, experienced. Year round 
position. AK>ly B|ue Flame Res- 
taurant, 1884 Virgiiia Beach Blvd. 
8 25 TFN M 

41 he'p V/anteo— Male 

Sell KNAPP SHOES part or full 
time. Earn $25 to $150 a week on 
high commissions and ixfflus. 
Steady year-round business. Equip- 
ment furnished free. Write to Rich- 
ard Jones, 34S8 Bertha Street, 
Norfolk. Virginia, Tel. 855-1694. 

10 6 20 

CAB DRIVERS. Service men ac- 
tepted. No experienc ; necessary. 
$85-$l25 weekly. We pay for City 
permit. Also free room rent. Safe 
way Taxi, 3762 Shore Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 464-6262. 9-23-tfn 



AUTCWOTIVE 



20 Automobiles For Sal« 

1996 Pontiac, 4 door hard top 
Bonneville. Rea^n for «^liag— to 
«etUc eitate. Can be aemd VS 
IttiStre^VlciiauBM^h. 

9»TFN 



MANPOl^R, INC. 

URGENTLY NEEDS 

IVpists 

Stenograjriien 

We have immediate assignments, 
many adjacent to Virginia Beach 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de 
sired- work on these temporary 
jobs when convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignment, 627-3661. 

Manpower, lac. 

733 Boush Street 

5.27-tfD 



42 Help Wanted 
Male or Female 



Manager — Apartment-Motel. 

Lease, Ray-Anne Apartments, 
313 - 29th St., Virginia Beach, 18 
unfts, good man-wife operation, 
small investment. Write Trustee 
P. 0. Box 234, Virginia Beach, Va. 

10 6 2T 

COMPUTER 
TO SELL HOUSES 

Need 3 salesmen or saleswomen 
to sell houses electronically. Our 
COMPUTER will select every 
house that meets your clients re- 
quirements in 2 minutes, from ap- 
proximately 1500 we have for sale. 
This ultra-modem selling technique 
is the greatest advance in Real 
Estate sales in 50 years. You arc 
invito! to see ttie COMPUTER at 
any time. Call J. F. Peters, 340- 
3232 or home, 464-8933. 

Gofidaian-Segar-Hog^n 
Residential Saks CorponOioa 
32S9 Virginia Beach Boalevard 
9 8 TFN 

43 PofciWon Wanted— F emale 

Excellent caie for children and 
infants. Hour, day, week, week- 
ends. Reasonable. 513 21st Street, 
42B-6792. 
. 9 29 5T 

—^ • 1—[ - - WIIMIII p I 

44 Position Wanted— Malo 



MERCHANDISE 

90 Articles For Sale 



TUTOR — Etoneoiary and High 
School aubjecti NorMc m Vir- 



Accordia5r-Dallape Maestro Pro- 
fessional, 5 base and 12 treble 
switches, with amplifier pick-up 
and controls. Black and white. 
Excellent condition. $700. Lee Mc- 
Broom,"340-8493. 

9 22 TFN 

SINGER SEWING MACHINE: in 
lace new cabinet. ZIG-ZAGS, 
makes buttonholes, fancy stitches, 
darns, etc. Local party may as- 
sume payments of $11.14 monthly 
or pay complete balance of $48.60. 
Can be seen and tried out locally. 
If interested write: "National re- 
possession Dept.," Mrs. Dunn, Box 
814, Lynchburg, Virginia. 

10 6 4T 



Black 


ladies cloth coat 


size 


14. 


Like new. Cost 


$150.00 


will 


sell 


for $50 


340-3493. 














10 6 2T 



Garage Sale — Hand and garden 
tools, kitchen utensils, clothing of 
all types, other miscellaneous it- 
ems. 801 Maryland Avenue. 

10 6 IT 



93 Household Goods 

CARPET FACTS - I can sell first 
quality regular $7.99 Dupont 501 
continuous filament and Caprolon 
nylons $3.99 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
•colors. Call Mr. Parker— MA 2- 
9816. 3f24-th) 

95 Lawn-Garden Supplies 



GROW YOUR CWN FRUIT. 

Write for Free Copy, Planting 
Guide-Catalog in color, offered by 
Virginia's largest growers of 
Fruit Trees, Nut Trees, Berry 
Plants, Grape Vines and Land- 
scaping Plant Material. Salesteo- 
nlc wanted WAYNESBORO NURS- 
ERIES, Waynesboro, Virginia 
22380. 
10 6 4T 

RENTAL RtAL ESTATE 
100 ROOMS FOR RENT 



Room next to bath with use of 
kitchen. Prefsr middle-aged em- 
ployed lady. 428-7798. 

10 6 IT 



109 Apt$., Furn.— Unfurn . 

ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartment. 
tear round. Call 428-6666 or 428 
2724. 3-17-tfn 



'11 Apartments Furnished 



BLUE MARLIN LODGE 

211 Pacific Avenue 

Bachelors or couples. Completely 
furnished in luxury decor. Ail 
utilities, full kitchen and dining 
area. Ready for living — ju.st 
bring your suitca.se. Come see for 
yourself. Call 428-6114 or 428-5651. 
9 29 TFN 



3 or 4 room apartment. Summer 
rental or all year round. Call 428- 
2213. 

8 18 TFN 

New 1 and 2 bedrooms. Rates 
monthly, winter or yearly. Also 
rooms. Conveniently located for 
shopping, buses and so forth. *ln 
the heart of the beach. Call 428- 
6713. 

9 22 TFN 

2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, 
batli. No pets. $65. monthly year 
.-ound. Call 428-1292. 

9 29 3T 



H. I. JAFFE AND 
ASSOCIATES 

AFI-'II.I.MION 

GREAT AMERICAN 
miGAGE INC. 

KII.\r\Ksr \TK U).\\S 

SIfECIAl. SITl .\TIO\« 

I'HONK r4«-7.^;i 

211 HlU ST. I'. O. BfJX 226 

VIR(ilKI.\ BK.\('il. V.\. -iMM 



PAINT 

SALE 

20% Discount 



EKipont - Sapolin 

DeHART 

HARDWARE 

CO. 



London Bridtf 



9 I TFN 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



111 Apartments Furnished 

Austin's Court Motel Apartments, 
,206 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished rooms. Block 
from Bus Station. By week or 
month. 

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Virginia Beach — 705 26th Street. 
Nicely furnished 1 bedroom apart- 
ment. Good storage space. Large 
yard and trees. Owner — 428-2253. 
929 TFN 



1 bedroom efficiency apartments. 
$65 to $75 monthly. Convenient to 
shopping, laundromat, theatre, 
ocean. Call 428-9435. 

825 TFN 



One bedroom, nicely furnished. 
Very comfortable and home like. 
Yearly rental to adults. No pets. 
Holland, 411 22nd Street. 428-2301. 
9 29 TFN 



1 bedroom. $55 monthly year 
round. Water furnished. Call 428- 
5234. 10 6 TFN 

2 bedroom apartment. Fenced 
yard. Call 340-8629. 

10 6 TFN 



Oceana — efficiency apartment. 
Water fumii'ied. Available im- 
mediately. Call 428-2030. 

10 6 3T 

1 bedroom, living room, kitchen, 
bath and large walk-in closet. Cen: 
trally located 4 bbcks from beach. 
Reasonable rental. Comfortable. 
Call 428-4960. 7 28 TFN 



Cavalier Drive, 308. 3 and 5 room 
apartments furnished. Modem, air- 
conditioned. Yearly. Call 428-«0f 
or MA 2-4575. 7 21 TFIi 



APARTMENTS - Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Coi^er Realty, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, 42^1330. Nights 428-6833. 
• ■ 3-2-tfn 



2 bedroom downstairs furnished 
apartment. Call 428-7886 after 2 
P.M. 9 8 TFN 



1 bedroom apartments completely 
furnished. All utilities' included. 
Weekly, monthly rates. No iease 
required. 2700 Atlantic Avenue. 
9 8 TFN 



116 Business Places 

For Ren t 

Store. 317 17th'^^eet. Novembw 
1st. $125. montLily. CaU «!»'1612. 
(Across from Colonial Store.) 

929TFN 



118 Ront or Sale 



«Birchwood Gardens — 3 bedrooms, 
buUt in kitchen, fenced yard, 
large carport. 340-4143. ,^ 

10 6 IT 

REAL ESTATE FOR SAU 



\'£A Houses For Sale 

Wolfsnare Plantation. 2332 Planta- 
tion Drive. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths & 
lai'ge den on corner lot $21,900. 
Mr. DeHart, 340-8591, 340*311, 340- 
«71. 8 25 TFN 

Wolfsnare Road, No. 1816. 3 bed- 
rooms, 1 bath with car port. $12,- 
500. DeHart 340^591, 340^11, 340. 
4971. 8 25 TFN 



3 and 4 bedrotHn, 2 bath, brick. 
Ranch and 2 story homes. G.I., 
F.H.A. financing available. CaD 
Anchor Realty anytime. 428-7421. 
MembCT of MLS and NLS. 12-9-tfn 



125 Lots For Sale 



BACK BAY - On Gum Bridge 
Road neai Charify Churdi. 2'/« 
acre. Ready to build on. Price 
$2,200. Phone 34M311. 340-^1, 
340^591. 3n31-tfn 

1 lot 75 by 100 feet. Corner Caro- 
lina and Caribbean, Shadow Lawn 
Heights. City water and sewerage. 
Good and high with plenty of 
trees, paved streets. $4400. direct 
from owner. Will finance. Meets 
zoning demands. H. 0. Brown, 
3102 Pacific Avenue. 428-3244. 

10 6 2T 



Maury Riganto 
Auction Company 

Horiilcd XiK tiiirii ci- \p|n mIm i 
Spcciali/.iim In liusjucvs ;inil 
INt.ii • ri(|in>l,i ions, liiiliis- 
tn.il, llcil Ksiatr. .liKli.ial 

>^.il'- N|* -,-\m;. 



n 1 A— Furnished Houses 

Garage apartment — 2 bedros.Tis, 
living rocn. kitchen and bath, $35. 
moatMy. Cottage — 2 bedrooms, 
living ro:m, kitchen and bath. $35 
monlily. .No pets. 428-6425. 

10 6 TFN 

112 ^ rages For Rent 



Solid Biack Female Scottie — 8 

months old. First Colonial School 

area. Red collar. Reward. Call 

428-8004. 

9 22 TFN 

113A Houses. Furnished 
or Unfurnished 

1 bedroom $55, 2 bedroom $75-$125. 
3 bedroom $85-$200. Anchor Real- 
ty. 4287421 anytime. 12-9-tfn 

116 Business Places 
For Rent 




3707 Vir^'iiia Beach Boulveard 
Office and retail store space avail- 
able. Brand new, beautiful, twc 
story elevated building. Ideally lo 
ca;«i between Pembroke Square 
and Princess A.Tne Plaza. Call by 
ler Realty, 340-8081 or 340 3805. 

12-9-tfn 



TYPEWRITING 

SHORTHAND 

BOOKKEEPING 

GOOD JOBS ARE WAITING! 

New Classes: Oct. 24 
Day and Night School 

Princess Anne 
Business 
College 

A Divl-Jon of Norfolk CoDege 

3707 Va. Beach Blvd. 

(2 Bkicks West oi Princess 

Anne Plaza) 

Phone 340-0222 



NOTICE 



It's easy to place a low cost classified ad in the Virginia Beach 
Sun. Just call 428-2401 and ask for Classitied Department or fill 
in and mail the form bdow. It's that simple! 

RATES 

PaW in advance-.Minimum charge per insertion $1.50 for fifteen 
words, .05c each additional word. 

H y/e Have To BiH— Minimum charge per insertion $2.00 for 15 
words. .07f each additional word- 



Classified Ad Dept 
Virginia Beach Situ 
P. 0. Box 657 
Vk:^aia Bcpdi, Va. 2S451 

Plea« run the foUowii^ classifiedad times under 

the hejKkn^ 




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AHOY THERE ! 



COME TO THE SALE!!! 



SALE-ING TliyiE:FRIDAYAND 
SATURDAY OCT. 7&S. 




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FOR THE LADIES: 

DENIM STRETCH PANTS — 2 for $3.98 — J. C. PENNEY COMPANY, Downtown 
Norfolk, Southern Shopping Center, Janaf Shopping Center, Mid-City Shopping 
Center 

TISSUE-NYLON HOLLYWOOD BRIEFS - 2 for 59^ — ALTSGHUL'S, 411 St. Paul's 
Blvd., Norfolk r- 

FIRST-QUALITY NYLON HOSIERY — 2 pairs for 500 — ELEANOR SHOP, 222 High 
St., Portsmouth > 

ALL-WOOL SKIRTS — 2 for $10.95 — DOROTHY FROCKS, 114 W. Freemason St., 
Norfolk 

25-CARD BOXES CHRISTMAS CARDS — 2 boxes for $1.25 - SMITH & WELTON, 

Downtown Norfolk, Portsmouth, Great Bridge 

GAY CRAFT OPERA PUMPS — 2 prs. for $14 — HOFHEIMER'S, 325 Granby St., 
Downtown Plaza Shopping Center, Wards Corner, Janaf Shopping Center — Nor- 
folk; Princess Anne Plaza Shopping Center, Pembroke Mall — Virginia Beach; 228 
High Street, Mid-City Shopping Center, Town & Country Shopping Center, Westgate 
Plaza — Portsmouth 

^UR-BLEND AND ANGORA SWEATERS - 2 for $15 and $18 — THE FAMOUS, 
High and Court Sts., Portsmouth 

STERUNG SILVER, ENAMELED STATE-FLAG CHARMS — 2 for $1.50 - ASHE 
JEWELERS, Lobby — Golden Triangle Hotel, Norfolk 

LACE-TRIMMED, WHITE ACETATE AND DACRON CREPE SLIPS-2 for $4— 
RICES, Downtown Norfolk, Wards Corner, Janaf Shopping Center, Princess Anne 
Plaza 

SHEER NYLON HOSE — 2 prs. for 50^ — W. T. GRANT CO. — all Tidewater-area 
stores 

1966 SIMPLICITY DRESS PATTERNS - 2 for 750 — PILZER'S DEPARTMENT 
STORE, 832 High St., Portsmouth 

FOR THE HOME: 

KENMORE VACUUM CLEANER BAGS (ALL MODELS) — 2 pkgs. for $1 — 
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND COMPANY, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Pembroke Mall 

ADJUSTABLE S-LIGHT POLE LAMPS —2 for $9.95 — EXCHANGE FURNITURE 

STORE, 800 Tidewater Dr., Norfolk 

ffl-TONE SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL PAINT-2 gals, for $o.50-DAIL'S HARDWARE, 

DJC^ 4387 Portsmouth Blvd., Portsmouth 

ALL RADIO & TELEVISION TUBES — 2 for price of 1 — BOB'S T.V. & APPLI- 
ANCES, 701 Airline Blvd., Portsmouth; Great Bridge Shopping Center 

DECORATOR THROW PILLOWS - 2 for $1 — CENTER (PHR) SHOPS, 21st St, 
Wtfds Comer — Norfolk 

fX 12 LINOLEUM RUGS — 2 for $10 — ALLAN FURNITURE CO., INC., 726 High 
St, Portsmouth 

100* BAGS LIBERTY MAGNESIUM LIMESTONE — 2 bags for $1 — SOUTHERN 
StATSB COOPERATIVE, INC, 1764 S. MiUtary Hwy., Norfolk 

2N;ALL0N PLASnC garbage CANS ON WHEEI^ - 2 for $6.49 — PORTS- 
MOUTH HARDWARE AND BUILDING SUPPLY CO, INC, 3619 Hi£^ St» 



2- TO 3-YEAR-OLD JAPANESE HOLLIES - 2 for $2.25 - MEADOWBROOK ME- 
MOMAL GARDENSyINC, Driver 

IMPORTED MARBLE TABLE LAMPS - 2 for $19 - HAYNES FURNITURE COM- 
PANY, Granby at Main St., Norfolk 

MATTRESSES AND BOX SPRINGS-2 for $48.88-M. M. CROCKIN FURNITURE 
CO, 215 High St, Portsmouth 

ALL COLORS 16-OZ. AEROSOL SPRAY-0-NAMEL — 2 cans for $2.25 — PORTS- 
MOUTH PAINT & WALLPAPER CO, INC, 3425 High St., Portsmouth 

MODERN, CONTOURED SCOOP CHAIR - 2 for $44 - CROCKIN-LEVY CO, 500 

Granby St, Norfolk 
9.V0LT RADIO BATTERIES — 2 for 690 - WORLD ELECTRONICS, INC, *3 

Southern Shopping Center, Norfolk 
9 X 12 HEAVYWEIGHT LINOLEUM RUGS-2 for $19.95- VIRGINIA FURNITURE 

CO, Downtown Plaza Shopping Center, Norfolk 
20-GALLON PLASTIC GARBAGE CANS — 2 for $5.99 - ROBERTSON HARD-* 
' WARE CO, INC, 3410 High St, 700 Crawford St. — Portsmouth 

VITA-LUX ENAMEL PAINT — 2 gts. for $2.70 — H. B. VilLKINS, 1213 Washington 
St, Portsmouth 

LIVING-ROOM TABLE LAMPS — 2 for $22.95 — E. 0. CRAWFORD & SONS, INC, 
635 High St, Portsmouth 

MATTRESSES AND BOX SPRINGS — 2 for $55 — MEYERS & TABAKIN, INC, 

70 Downtown Plaza Shopping Center, Norfolk; 3838 Virginia Beach Blvd., Virginia 
Beach 

HEAVY BATH TOWELS — 2 for $1 — LEGGETT'S DEPARTMENT STORE. 221- 

223 High St, Portsmouth 

FOR THE MEN: 

HUBBARD SLACKS - 2 prs. for $17.95 -LOUIS J. LEITNER, INC, 509 High St, 

Portsmouth 
NYLON WATCH STRAPS — 2 for $1 — RENE JEWELERS. 6159 E. Sewells Pt. Rd., 

2318 E. Little Creek Rd, Norfolk 

LONG-SLEEVED DRESS SHIRTS — 2 for $5 — SHULMAN & CO., INC., Granby & 

Tazewell Sts., Norfolk 
OIL CHANGE & LUBRICATION — 2 for $2.95 — R K CHEVROLET, INC., 616 

Virginia Beach Blvd., Virginia Beach 

STEEL-FRAME STADIUM SEATS — 2 for $6.88— SMALL HARDWARE CO, INC, 

4301 Hampton Blvd., Norfolk 

PERMANENT-TYPE ANTI-FREEZE —2 gals, for $3.25 - TIDEWATER DODGE, 

INC, 6440 N. Military Hwy, Norfolk 

LEVI STA-PREST PANTS - 2 prs. for $ll - MERVIS' CLOTHING, 307 High St, 
Portsmouth 

BALANCE 4 WHEELS — 2 for $3 plus weights — ADDISON-WIGGINS DODGE, 
1313 High St, Portsmouth 

FOR THE CHDLDREN: ' > 

LACE-TEXTURED SEAMLESS S-T-R-E-T-C-H TIGHTS - 2 for $4 - DOLLY AND 
BOBBY SHOPPE, 1900 CoUey Ave, Norfolk 

TWO FOR ON? FUN — Saturday Night, Oct 8, Only 

FOR ONE PRICE — $16.00 — overnight accommodations for 2 plus 2 reserved-seat tickets to 
Neptunes-Brooklyn Game — at any of the following hotels and motels: , 



NORFOLK 

Gnaby 4 Fr««nas<m Ste. — FImim: 622468S 
Goidca'MMflcMoliNrlMd. 

OIi^ Sd. * Moati«»Uo Ava. — nam: 627-S668 
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Democrats 
To Hold 
Dinner 



VmaiNIA BBA.TH —Approxi- 
mately 1,000 persons arc expected 
to attend the Dsmocratic Fund 
raijdng dinner at the Ainn B. Shep- 
ard Civic Center, I'fsdjy, October 
18. 

The $iO-a-plate dinner, which 
begins at 7 p.m., is .i rally foi 
the Democratic candidatt'i to the 
U.S. Senate from Viginii and all 
other candidates for elected iiffici 
ir the November election from the 
First, Second and Fourth Con- 
grssional District.s. Tickets are on 
sale in Norfolk, Port.^mouth, 
Chesapeake and Virginia Beach. 

Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr. and 
William B. Spong, Jr. are cxnsctsci 
to be on hand, although Byrd's 
plans are not completely set be 
cau-e of pressing duties in the 
Senate. 

Also expected to attend are 
First District Congre?sman, 
Thomas N. Downing. Second Dis- 
trict Con3r€'S;aian Porter Hardy 
and FouiiSi District Congressman 
Watkins M. Abbitt. All three arc 
seeking reelection this year, al- 
tlxugh only Abbittt has any op- 
position. 

Al members of the State Senate 
and the Virginia House of Delc- 

Safcea from the fow-city arqa 
ave tlw been invited, as M'ell as 
elected officials of the, cities. Hip 
Demccratic cliairnaen of the cities 
have also been invited. 

"Riere is no scl)edu}ed principal 
speaker for the affair, but all 
candklates will be introduced and 
given an opportunity to speak, ac- 
cording to Ivan Ulapp, Dinner Com- 
mittee chairman. Sidney S. Kellam 
of Virginia Beach, Democraitic 
National Committeeman for Vir- 
ginia will act as master of cere- 
monies. 




POLL TAX POSES PUZZLER 



Hampton Tour 
Cost Revealed 



HMMSPTON — While Virginia 
Beach officials and Chamber of 
Commerce representatives pomter 
the possibility of setting up a Vir- 
ginia Beach Toiu', similar to the 
Norfolk and Hampton Tours, The 
City oi Hampton has issued a 
financial report on Hi tour. 

Hie report says staging and ad- 
vertising for the totir is costing 
the Oty of Hampton abotk $35.- 
000 annually. This figure does not 
include the services of employees 
in salaries paid to the commerce 

(iContinucd on Page 6-A) 



THE GRBATER TIDEWATER FAIR IS GONE, hA it wiU be badt next year. That's the official 
word from the Greater lidewater Fair Association who promoted the week-long shindig. More than 
100.000 people attended the fair last week, despite rain, mud, and opening delays. The fair opened 
one day late because ol delays in setting up the midway caused by muddy ground, (Sun Flioto by 
Moore) 



Third 'MalV Gets Okay By Council 

VIIHOINIA BEACII-City Council vel<^!rtie»t JtflfcorUy. ^^^Ite^i^ 

has glvjn approval bo a third mall- A Passed a resolution request* "Iff "Sie c 

type shopping cpnttr that is ing thnt the City Planning Com- # Sent back to the City iPlann- 
planned for Greait Neck Road. The mission make a study ir.to the best ing Conrniission an a->pl!catlon for 
center is to be developed by Bell possible use of the land wlicrj the a change in zoning from resi- 
Corporation and has been ten- city incineratm" is located. dence suburban to limited com- 

% Approved an ordinance mercial. The lad fronts on Lasking 
amending the oily code to permi: Road near Bird:ieck Road. 



t::tively named "Great Neck Mall 

It was not revealed at tha meet- 
ing hew large the shoi^ing center 
would be, but is axpacted to be 
quite large. 
In other action Council: 

9 Approved a use permit to 
construct 208 a':>artment units at 



elk and Southern Railway and 
Kellam Road. 

% ApiMinted School Supt. Fr'ink 
W. Cox, school board member 
Spencer Lett and Director of Sec- 
ondary Education E. E. Brickell 
to the Community College Com- 
mittee. Councilman Larry Mar- 
shall, Dewey Simmions and George 
Ferrell had previously been ap- 
pointed. 

• Approved on first reading £n 
ordinance authorizing tlie pur- 
chase of Lakes Joyce and Brad- 
ford from Noffo'k. The lakes will 
cost the city $1,000 each. 

% Upheld its decision to ask 
Seaside i.Amusement P.?rk to re- 
move a bandstand between the 
park and the boardwalk. 

• Appointed George A. Woody 
Jr. to succeed Milton Carter of 
Blackwater on thf; Industrial De- 



Cox To Study Tech School 



VI'RGLNIA BEACH—City Council Road as a route to schooL Those 

at its Monday meeting adced parents petitioned the couiicil and 

Jur ^^Ji'^Si!n''"Su,!v nnH 1^^ Superintendent Frank W. the school to come up with a bettei 

"' """" °" Cox to stiiidy the quickest way of route for school busses to follow 

establishing a vocational school in the future. 

in Virginia Beach. !AH this came as the result of 

^ I. 1. a bus accident on the road last 

The request was brought forth ^^y. The bus ran off the road 

in the form of a resolution pre- -^^^^ g ditch, injuring the driver. 

s«ited to council by City Attorney Thirty-three pupik were on the Imis 

Harry Marshall. The resolution ^j jj,e time of the accident, but 

was t h c work ol Councilman ^^^^ ^p^e hospitalized 

George R. Farrell, former chair- ^he parents askod the council 

man of the Virginia Beach School ,„ ..pi^ase fix that road because 

our children are in danger every 



oany and is raid by that a^encv 
The tax is thea charged against 
the mortgagee Of has already been 
accrued in advance. 

In all cases the tax bills are 
sent out by the Treasurer's office, 
but collections are made by the 
Commi-sion«- of Revraue's offic3 
in Virginia Beach. 

Before the middle of November 
each year a d^oquent t<)x list 
'rom (revious years is p(A)lished 

raising nxnngggeeQrijaM.yjWJ''^^^ by tl>e 

■ T-raiy^r Vienna imcn. 

Payment of th's year's personal 
property and poll taxes must be 
made before December 5, 1966. 
Asseswjent is made on value of 
oroperty owned on January 1. 1968. 
Payment of the first half of real 
estate taxes for W^h must also 
be paid by December 5. 

Af^sessments of all real estate 
in Virginia Beach foi 1966 has 
been set at $2?4.600630, up $14.- 
914 215 over 1955. The levy m 
the 1986 assessment totals $5,181.- 
9«.93, or $W, 120.28 over the 



Etoard 

The city will i&k possible fed- 
eral aid in the construction of 
such a school. 



day they travel it." 

City Manager W. Russell Hatcb- 
ett said a rerouting of school 
There has been .<=ome rumors buses "is not possible." 
and discu-ssion that Union Kemps- 
ville might be used for the vo- 
cational-technical facility. 

In other school matters, council 
heard a complaint from parerts 
ci school pupih who must use 
narrow, winding South Ljroihaven 




IHUMM IV FOR VICTORY was the s^ Moi^ • aftoiMMi at the Atlantic Ave. oBIce ^ VIrgiiria 
NatkBil Baak. The United CtHnmunities Fund Drii'e for Virfinia Beach Borough hat pmaed Ha god 
by iix |iw ccat- The gairi. set earlier thto year, was K.tN. The nm who spear -headed the drive are. 
kit ia right. Mike Sawblet (restaarants), Ed Dartai (i«a| bwah ea ^ ) George Davis. (mAtek). Eari 
V. flrilMt. Vkftala Beadi c»«hatonuui. A. M. Raadalph (aarrice stotioM). A. B. Crewi (hatei-BMitel). 
n—nt Vwnaa imaSk bWM«), and Taomy Kyros (an! bolMaB). Not pk^ored were m D^ker, 
Am AriniH Ml M chutoMM BAoi Omj. <8aa Phil* If lla«t«) 



Jellyfish Bill 
Near Passage 

WASHINGTON - A "watered 
down" jellyfish bill, passed by 
the House of R"presentatives. is 
pendicg in the Ssuate and is ex- 
oected to receive final pi^sapc 
I belore the 89th Congress adjorn.^ 
•at#r this month. 

The bill, inlrnduced by Fir t 
District CQngr?s-'-n ^n Th'ma<; N 
Dnv\Tiing, passed thp House by 
unan'jnous cons?nt a'ter onlv 
'imited dcb3te. It is designed to 
oromote eradication oj sea nettles 
in coa;'tal waters. 

The measure voi>ld aulhoriz' 
appropriation of $2.23 million ov"* 
a three-year period for joint 
programs wiUi llif state? in re 
scarrh and testing of cntrol 
noeasu'-cs. Do^ining had sought 
to make the pfo:;ram •.. ten-year 
a'fon. 

D-'ving, in u'-jrirp pasfa-^e of 
the bill because of the irx-rea irr 
mtmber of nettles each year, .'■a-c 
he hooes some form of biolcjica' 
att?ck on the nettles c'n b 
niadt, sitth as the ir.t'od ction o' 
a dsease. This is generally ac- 
cepted as '*x roo t d.rficu!t meth- 
«i of development. 

Downing said thct median=ca' 
measures risk damaging ether 
marine IMe. 

The waters of Virginia Beach 
have seen a griat increase nf 
the nettks in IJm pad few years. 
City olTidais have wek«ned pas- 
crf the Downing Bill. 



Tax Bills Go Out; Rates Are 
Same, Revenue Will Be Up 

" iV;RG:NIA beach— Tax bilh amou.nt levied i i 1965. The rate nent residents over the age of 21 showed that thp department has 

ihould be in the ha:.d.: of all of real estate tax in Virginia b-lng bJlsd than in i:>,6. neither the mc;.ns nor inclination 

Virgin' 1 Beach citizcr.s by Thurs- B:ach continu", to be relatively The total assesiment of poll to collect the back tax. Only about 

d:y. A spoks man fcr the Treas- low, when compared to other tax in 13:3 was rot received and two-thi.'-ds of tno^e billed in Vir- 

urcr'5 or ice said billing was metropolitan arsas o: Virginia. has never ceen received in years ginia Beach last year paid the 

completed Wednesday. Bills were The assesjcd value of personal past. There is little d.ubt that poH tax. Fewer are expected to 

sert 01 1 for the first half of the property in Virginia Beach in 1936 less revenue will come in this year do so this year scccrding to city 

Virgin'a Beach real est&te tax ard has been set at $5,745,580 and the iihan ever before from the poll officials speaking privately, 

tfie personal property and poll tax. levy of tjx on tiiat amount is $344,- tax. 

Only a few of the bills were left 733.20. That figure represents a Until the poll lax was knocked 

to be nr.aikd out this week, accord- total of $34,596.89 increase over .the down by the U. S. Supreme Court 

ing to a s;^keman in the Com- levy of 1935. There is no longer a as a prerequisite for voting in 

missione-r cf Revenue's office, per.onal property tax on household ^'' elections, a.iyone wishir.g to 

Mc>t were mailed last week. goods in Virginia Beach. ^^^^ ^^^ ^^ P^y "^^ *^^ ^'"" ^^^^ 

la tfie case of real estate taxes, a total of 23,091 poll tax bills c:^nsec&tive years and the reve- 



the homeowner may not necessar- have been sent out for a total 

ily receive the bill. Often the real as.^essmer.t of $34,.s-21.50. In is:5, 

-state tax bill is sent directly to tlie tctal assessip.ent was $32,902. 

the leinholder or mortgage com- The $1.8!9.50 increase in a^es- 



School Board 
To Give Test 

VIRGIMA BBACH-The Vh-- 
ginia iBeach School Ebard is 
making plans tu admini^r the 
GenerS Educational Development 
Test to interested pers(His in this 
area on Wednesday, November 
9, 1886. The State Department of 
Education supplies the;e tests for 
each local school board. TTie per- 
sons who pass the tests success- 
fully are given a certificate. Ttie 
cei-tificate is in lieu of the High 
School Di{dom.i. Swne colleges 
and irehistry ac?spt this certifi- 
cate in place of the Hi^ School 
Dipkmia. 

In ordsr to tak? the examina- 
tion the applicant must satisfy 
c-Tlmn requirejnentf. The min- 
imiHH requirements are: 

(1) Tie apjlk-ant must be 20 
ears of ^e. Under no conditions 

•nay the applicant he permitt*t! 
"i bke the test prior to the tane 
'hat he would have graduated 
hid he rtsrained in sdiool. | 

(2) Vrnn the recwrmendation ! 
of the division mperintendent an 

'-''■ca:rt who has r«t er"ned 8 
irits of h'gh school credit, but 
vho has attai.ied his 21r'. birthday ; 
■nay be permitted tc take the 
liatterv of tests. 

tS) The anpl'cant shall have re- 

idej in Vi-ginia one year prior 

'1 applying for the battery n* 

•eets tsA rmx-i reside in the 

ch-^l divi'^ion tbrou^ which hf 

makes applieot'cn. 

(4) The applicant must att.'»i!i 
1 nassing score on the complete 
iitterv of tests providH bv the 
State Derartment cf Edura'.icn. 

Pm^socs who di'i'e to take th:? 
te.'St ^u'd make a:>plication t" 
Mr. F. E. T.v/.or. High School 
'5uTervisor. Virglrua Beach City 
SdraoU, Prmcesa . Anne Station 
lite dadfate fof submission of 
ai^katkms is October 38. 1986. 
liw teat will be admini.^ered A 
the adwol administr&tno buiktog 
at Princw Anne Station. 9:30 
aJD. to 5 pjn. 



moiit represents ).213 more perma- 

CofC Unveils 
New Brochure 

VIRGWliA BEACH - Tlie Vir- 
ginia (Beach Chambc.- of Com- 
muree has rel-'a'.>ed a 

veloped and published by the 
dustrial Development Cwnmittec 
This is the fust such ind' stria' 
promotion in the history of the 
resort city/ It was c5cveloped for 
particioation in the city Indus'ria' 
.Authority's program of attracting 
industry into the area. 

The brochure is the result of 
the efforts of tW? research sub- 
committee head id by Richard F. 
Kline. It wiH be distributed along 
witii other Chamber literature in 
display racks throughout the 
northeastern section of the 
country, and p,ort.ions of Canada. 

It will also bi used in selective 
nvinthly maihi^ from the 
Chambef office and the City 
Industrial Authority. 

The Industrial Development 
Committee is aider the direction 
of chairman Robert S. Gay. 
Otlier members of the committee 
are Kline, Frank W. Kdlam. 
Larry A. Sancillio. Ekiward P. 
Brogam, Roy L. Dehart, S. E. 
Brown, L. 0. Clark HI and L. 
Dean Curtis. 

•file brochure lists all the as- 
sets that the resort has to Qffer 
ami other impoitant points such 
as year-round temperature, 
number of golf coiirics, beache? 
and the like. 



n.ie received w^s nearly conet'^nt 
or grew only with population 
P-rufh Since Mie tax as a pre- 
requisite for voting has been called 
um .stitutional, revenue of the poll 
tax has dropped off considerably. 
The tax, however, with nothing 
to do with votin<?, is still on the 
books of the State of Virginia, a.s 
a capitation t«. One dollar of 
•rlio total gees to the State Lite-cry 
Fund and fifty cents is retu-jied 
to the locality that collects it. 
It is therefore expected that a 
number <rf civic-minded citizens 
will contmue to Tiay the tax but 
^atafal^. whetho- 




ActuaHy the ^ax. should be paid 
snce it is sUH a legal tax levied 
'yy the State of Virgi.iia. Delinquent 
accounts are eventually turned 
over to the State Department of 
Taxation. But p^st experience has 



Jaycee Blits' 

VI]RiOINI\ BE.\CH - TTie Vir- 
ginia Beach Junior Cham.ber of 
Commerce will hold a four-hour 
"rr»embersh:p blitz" October 18 
according to Bob Stanton and Bob 
Gay co-<:hairmen of the two 
teams involved in the morning 
event. 

The day will begin at a kick- 
off breakfast at the Normandie 
RcEtaurant at 3 a.m. Next there 
will be a "pep talk" to all those 
present, arid the remainder (rf 
the morning wt!i be spent by the 
members of the Virginia Beach 
Jaycees and other civic leaders 
interested in Jaycee work in call- 
ing on prospective members of 
the organization. 

All young nncn up to the age 
of 35 are eligible for member- 
ship in the Javcces, which is a 
well-known and hij^ly-respected 
civic organization. 



Culverhouse, 
Miss Jacobs 
On Committee 



Ria^MCKD - Two Virginia 
Beach residents are amoi^ those 
chcsen to serve on s newly-formed 
twenty-man committee of Young 
Virginians for Byrd an^d Spong. 
They were cho.sen in Richmond 
at a strategy meeting of the 
campaign officijls of Senators 
Harry F. Byrd, Jr. and William 
B. 'Spor.g, Jr., th; Democratic 
nominees for the U. S. Senate 
m ttie Novenrber 8 elect' an. 

E. k. jA^ :iLCjitmb f*iie aad 

JBcach will servo in al-hrge ca- 
pacities. Alan A. Diamonstein of 
Nt vport News ;.s th" First Con- 
grtFsioral Di,t.-ict .hairman. 
M.chael Caprio of Norfolk is the 
S^cord District Chairman and 
Charles B. Arrington of Norfolk 
wil' serve at-lai"ge. 

The group, composed largely of 
men and womt'n active in various 
Young Demccratic Ciubs of Vir- 
ginia inchides a representative 
fiom each of th? slate's ten Con- 
gressional Districts and an ad- 
ditional tee.i rt-!arge members. 
The overall chairman is .Andrew 
P Miller, an Abingdon attcrney 
who is also president of the Yotmg 
Deniocratic Club of Virginia. 

Anncuncwnent of the group's 
formation was made by Joseph 
E. Blackburn, Si ate manager of 
t':n Byrd-Spong campaigns, who 
ha'ied the committee's existence 
as "particularly significant" in 
view of the "changing face of 
policies in the Conrmronwealth — 
a face whk?h will become nwre 
youthful with each passii^ 
election." 

Miller said the oommtttee will 
seek to aopoint chairmen of the 
Young Virginians for Byrd and 
S'.or? in everv political sub- 
division in Virginia. 




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A. Cirivetteue mi AMejr Janha. Vk^rfa BoKk. Va.; Charles B. hnkipm aii Mdnri Ct^m, 
Narfaft Va., and Alaa A. IHamaMiria. Nevfwi Ncwb. Va. 



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African Safairi Via Slides E. R Shores 



A iK^ iirip «( laad Avittg Oe feeder read frem Atlantic areinie 
■Ml cUu rf'ag fraiB ijae Catron Mrtinrard has beea a favartt; sprt 
ftr panen-by ta tass tkeir traA. Acc»idiag ta Mrs. Heory Bajida 
wha ■«« ta Ike TZnd Uock af Atiotk ave.. a sOoit war is being 
w»gt4 agaiart Aett Utterbi^ by Melvio Batfer, gardima and 
far Qie Beach Caieoy CarpanUen. He brings liis 
hiFktt eadi mani^, aad befare las w»ri( time starts, 
calecte Ok aiit^tly traA and raabrtains tbe scenic Ixaiity as it 
■haidd be. ma canstaot TlgBeace makes Us wark one "b^ood tbe 
cal af Artf*'-perbivs it m^ be repbrascd as Beyond the CaU to 
(PImI* by Caasaadra) 



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♦ '^ih^ jfri n. maa or woaiaa 

.in't vaa: ii "'sT^zi 't al!" ch 

1 \'-:\^ i3!3:? U »3ui ''3V3 

i\2 gor.? w,U "Pj- 

,y" a; Mary did S3 

..en. 3A ili-T -xinsg Mr;. Law- 

3.n.£ T^ck r L-hrmaJ'y show cdI- 

.-ed E. Cc5 and chat h:r Sa'ari 

;: =, n T.:-. w; c.nngsd oar 

Tid: W? dreisned <Lt fart ^^ 

:,::•• livi'.ei u.... h.r v.a pict- 

: ;ind d;sc.;pi ;n. every Ti.lz of 

.13 wivi ;: acc-.^v-nyirg Mrs. 

rB:lc-r an :;r r.rxt rDra.ntic jaiait 

D 'Fit — .\v.3y PlaiJi lAh 

Ap;r..xn-.:;:3:y 203 M.z' gath- 

-cj n f'"e ;.ct. r^ hal! of Eastern 

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f..:'.i cf b.aii. C3rv3d 
■ -tJtje t.i, and other 
hanJm-d.' :3J3ct^ a'! h u.or.3d by 
V.Tian r.aLv,s T.ae ticna'xa it 

.5 intirei.Lng m:niing-at-tb€- 
3.ii€.T.3 was fjr t'le G..-.eral H:5- 
pital :; Virginia Beach. 

y'T^. Tuck»r mads a 3-month 
.;; t t3 1.^2 .Afr'can 2:untri^=;. ani 
A35 inn;.'-cs-ed by the Mai3i triba: 
-L's*. -"s sj;h as tieir d:2t of 



c:w'i m'lk aiid bio:^, Umv {rim- 
ative huts nr.ade masty <rf mui 
' ar many wivta, aad thair 
s.-ars, siwa-3 carried in ddsnci. 

T.iera inea arxi womai are caar- 
acterized by t!.er height, aitd 
t]:eT attractive, ratl»r patrician 
f^krei. "njeir g-hastly treatment 
(A the aged, left Id die on the vast 
jila.'.s bec3u*2 of the hsiigl that 
b:d Iu3k would be tf'^'rs if on3 
di;^ inride trs hi:1. and their 
"Watusi" daii;e3 gave food for 
t .c-fi.t; while a more pleasant 
d»:;.5;ijn foJ^wcd wlt^ slides of 
viiti to .\msric-in friends ia Rio- 
d:ia, the VicUria Falls and arza 
fri..'xi^ip3 again renewed. 

Ths vastness of the land, tbe 

csijrful nowers such as wiW wis- 
t:.-:3. a^a.eas, and crape myrtle, 
th3 nia.ny aniTa's, roaming in 
hc.ds cv;r the <"X"an-ivp ere?! 
wildirarss, pink-tipped KQiman- 
jaij. Ribirl Rua;k's playgrounds 
cf hi; popular basks, Mrs. Tucker's 
"white Hunter", and msny other 
S333CS came to lifs in these brill- 
sntly colored, excellently com- 
mented en, and professionally fa- 
cused srdes, ?re:ented b;' this at- 
tractive widow. 



Garden Club 

Colorful Ccnversaticn Pieces wa; 
th: topic on the prDgr^im of th" 
Elizab^ River Sboces Gartkn 
Ciub held October 6- 

Mrs. Forehand fram the C k 
p. Telej^oac Company s'owed 
c:l3rfal slides and narrated the 
program of besutiftd arrangansnti 
for all roOTis of tl!e h<mte. 

Jr.2 meeting was he!d at the 
hcT.e of Mrs. W. T. Lancastor 
with Mrs. T. C. Lancasler with 
M:s. T. C. Rock as ohastess. 

Pians are being made fw a 
Christmas g ft siiop, f^uring all 
hacd made items, to be held N> 
vwnber 19 at the home ot Mrs. H. 
W. Williams. 

Popular Halls Chd) judges 
awardeS blue ribbons to Mrs. V. 
S. Dewi>£rry, Jr. and Mrs. A. R. 
Marcliione on their interpretation 
of a song title. 



LEADING BEAUn SALON 

fPECIAUaNG IN HAIR STYLING 

INTRODUCING 
BAIR OMXmiNG WnU HHE NEW 

"SOIARMATIC" 

m^AC^ING 15 MINUTES 

LOVING CARE 4 TO 6 IVflNlTFES 

TlNTI7i% 8 TO W MINUTES 

CHAMIER OF OMfMERCE BLDG., ZStb ft PACIFIC 

F«>NE «S-»11 VKGIMA BEACH, VIRGINIA 



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'GEMOLOGY 



CEMOLOGY i» the Kience of dUmonds, other gems, 
and jewelry, and of their qualidet and 
values. 

CEMOLOGY combat* mlsrepresentarion and decep. 
tive names. 




GEMOLOGY fumiAes dtles to those JeweWrs who 
can pass examinations in a Kientific 
kitowkc^ of th^r merchandisa. 

GEMOLCXIY protects d»e buying public 

Frank R. Ford Co. 

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MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 



Mrs. Lawrence Tucker is being congratulated by friends who en- 
joyed her coiorfuily presented travelogue recently. 



Linkhorn Park Garden Club 



By Douglas Barnes 

VIRGIN!.\ BS.\CH - Linkhorn 
Park Garden Ckb heid its first 
Fall meeting at the Cavalier last 
we£k. Mrs. J. Jame- Davis, first 
vice-president presided in the ab- 
sance of Mrs. D. Y. Mabon, presi- 
do-it. After hearing reports from 
the various comnnittees, Mrs. G. 
H. Gilliam was introduced. She 
socke on "Ikcbona", the art of 
flower .^range.Tieat. lif, vnXch .the 
Japanese are S3 iaawiM. * 

Mr5. Gilliam, the wife of a C:."!!- 
mander, has the d'stlnct exper- 
ience ;f living on tiie yacht ".^rgo" 
anchored in the waiars off Cur- 
ie-* Drive. Sia has studied in 
.New York and Florida and has 
designed fcr G. Jensen, and exhib- 
ited for The International Flower 
Show in New York. 

An attractive young wOTian, Ag 
brought with her containers and 
flowers, and quietly, produced with 
little effort, Oriental designs of 
beauty and originality. She em- 
phasized tile fact that in Japan, 
flowers were arranged, not around 
the house as we do, but in one 
exclusive spot as a shrine of good 



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Mrs. A »a^y Mundy, Mr^. John H. Bell, Mrs. R. K. Malloy, and 
Mrs. J. James Davis witJi Mrs. G. H. Gilliam. 



Vows Exchanged \ 



EVANS-BARKER 

! FORT BRAGG. NORTH CARD- 
UNA— The wedding of Margo Rita 
i Pats and Roger James Evans 
I took plaee <» S^Hssiaer », at 
i 5:36 p.m. in FayettwiBe, North 

I 

fl» Iwide is the dau^a- of 

Mr. and Mrs George J Parker of 

I Eagles Nest Point, Virginia Beach. 

I Tbe bnd^t»m is the son of Mr. 



and Mrs. James W. Evans of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Margo Evans, bom in Hamptan, 
Virginia, is a graduate of Cox 
High School. Roger J. Evans grad- 
uated from Fredaick Military 
.Academy in 1963 and has eona- 
pletcd .3 years" didy with the t . 
S .\rmv. He S3w service in Viet 
Nam and returned to the United 
States on June SUi of this y^r. 

The couple will reside m Fa^- 
trtt«viik. North ryjJwy 




Mr. 



Vbh. B. J. PUBi^, 



DAR Gwst Tea 

ViaaiIRA BEACH - Tim Prin- 
cess Anne County Chapter of 
Dae-^ters d the -American Revo- 
lutkn hdd its anual Guest Tea 
Saturday, Octdis- 8. at the ^st 

'resbytaian Chivdi. 

Mrs. W. W. KeesHn, regent of 
Old Donatbn Cl-^pter gave a r«- 
view of the life of .Adrilnne Lafay- 
ette, wife (rf General Lafayette, 
citing the great iaspiratioa and 
influence slie was to others, and 
he- devotkg to bet hosimBd. 

Mrs. Kennan ^ated that in 18:4, 
the ^at« of VirgMa sent earth 
to Prmee to be placed on the 
grave of G«iera] Lafayette, that 
he might rest etemally under 
American soil, and that every de- 
scendant of the Lafayi^tes are giv- 
en .American cttizensh^ 

^noRg the gDCsts atteidfa^ was 
Miss BeveHey Dixon, winn^ of the 
DAR. Good Citizenship Award for 
1963, and now a sttideit at Rich- 
mond Professional Institute. 



Yard Selected 

FffiMFSVilLE — Arrowhead 
Garden Civ b has selected the yard 
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kalcum, 
5:C4 Bannoch rd., as the October 
"Yard of the Month" winn». 

Runner up were Mr. and Mrf 
John B. Ellis, 5512 Susquehanna 
drive; Mr. aad Mrs. Robert ^il- 
lane, 9306 N. Pawnee rd.; a.-d M- 
and Mrs. Evin Baynor, 5817 S- 
Ottawa rd. 

Judges were Mr. and Mrs. 
Parker Blade. Mrs. William A«S- 
tin. and Mfs. J. P. Steinfield. 

Tbe .Ajtxwdwad plaque was pre- 
sented to Mr. and Mrs. Kolcum 
and will bs displayed in their 
yaid for the month of Oct<*er. 

The club would like to recog- 
nise all the help given it by. Mrs. 
Randolph Payne of the Hunt 
Country Garden Club. A unani- 
mms vote <rf honorary member- 
ship was carried at the September 
cli£ meeting and will be extended 
to Mrs. Payne. 

It was announced that ten 
awards were given to the club at 
the recent flower show held at 
■flialia Elementary School. 




Members «rf tbe Bay Harimnr Club, male models for a night, pause 
(m the roBway ia full eventag regalia, as Kay Foulkes describes 
their atttre before they jatoed the girls as escorts. 



taste. 

"The Japanese are beginmng to 
bring modern arrangements into 
their ancient temple ideas, and are 
mere and more, using different 
typ:s of containers rather than the 
traditional bases. For in^ance, a 
printer's block and a large hose 
nozzle became my vases once. The 
idea is to ure a heavy base that is 
nc.i-leekirj. Too Japanese u?e few 
f!cv(«:t-*-usttaflly d^otjc clrfSr— and 
ma.ny blanches .twigs, etct since 
they know that nature herself 
twi?ts these forms into beauty." 

Mri. Gilliam quickly and dettly 
designed and disjJayed eight ar- 
range.T.ents, and then jidged the 
Oriental ones submitted by the 
members of the garden club. 

Mrs. Marian Townsend took a 
blue ribbon with her green Buddha 
holding a small display of Bitter 
Sweet. Mrs. J. James Davis won 
a red ribbon and a blue a ribbon 
in horticulture while Mrs. P. C 
Hartman won a yellow one. 

Mrs. Laura Tucker and Mrs. 
Deron E. St. Germaine were 
guests at luncheon folbwing the 
meeting. 




The Hickmaa Home 



Hickman Happiness 




Photo and Text by Doughs Barnes 

A recent article in a Washington 
newspaper was entitled "Old Sa- 
lem's Rebirth". The Moravians 
who settled in Winston-Salem, N. 
C. were different from other Car- 
olina settlers. Coming from an 
educated background, they iMiilt 
homes, churc'ies and schools and 
good music was a distinct part of 
their lives. "OM Salem" is being 
restored; it is two-thrds complete; 
nine of the original craft shops are 
now authentically, reproduced, and 
each day, "Host-workmen in 18th 
century costumes are at work, us- 
ing the old tools to make clay 
pipes, 'rat tail' hinges, tin cookie 
cirtters, etc." 

Princess ,^nne County is alive 
with historical background, and 
the bulldoze of progress is creep- 
ing close to some of the oldest 
homes in the nation. Each time 
we have whirred past the 3 story 
brick house on the old Courthouse 
Road, near the Nimmo Church, 
we wanted to stop and meet the 
owners of the Hickman Home (the 
mailbox gave us this information*. 
One day we paused, bopped out, 
and snapped a picture of this fas- 
cinating place from the vantage 
point of a shaUow ditch. We knew 
tiiat someone loved this old place 
for it was slowly b^ restored. 

We coddn't have guessed more 
correctly, for via telephone, we 
met Mrs. Hickman, wlw, altho' 
just returning from work at the 
Courthouse (she's Jack Eth- 
eridge's secretary", gave us a 15 
minute interview. 

"We wanted to live in the coun- 
try", she said, and when we mar- 
ried, we looked around, and in 
rni, we found this old place. It 
was big emwgh-we have 3 chil- 
dren going to Kellam and Owrt- 
house, Kim, Etouglas, and Mary 
Hunter and Piarles and I were 
willing to work hard and gradually 
restore it." 

On (ffle erf the chimn^s is in- 
scribed the iMiilding date, 1863: 
f^hei Woodhouse, Foilhee « 



James built or owned it, and we 
were interested to know that it was 
once a Tavern having a path that 
led directly to the Courthouse. The 
house has 3 floors; it was run- 
dawn, with no plumbing; with our 
installed bath, the second floor 
measures 23 by 15 by 10. The 
windows are deeply recessed, and 
partitions had to be torn down; 
the walls are 18 inches thick, and 
the second f.cor has a center wall 
to which t le windows are inset 
with 18 inch ledges; the third floor 
has 2 bedrooms, and is like a box, 
when one looks down from' the 
center stair case." 

"Picaje state this when you 
wr te," she said, "we are natural- 
ly interested in progress; the Mas- 
ter Plan for Sandbridge's develop- 
ment is fine; the Planning Com- 
mission is already surveying. We 
own 47 acres, and there is a 16 
acre field behind our place that 
the road could come thru; we hope 
that th-e rumored pivot point which 
involves a curve thru our propoiy 
|f«IM^be elsewhM-e, and that the 
wad will come thru straight, but 
rimonber to say that the Hick- 
mans are all for progres. By the 
way, come by some day." 

We'd like to meet this progress- 
ive, gracious lady in perscm, and 
we wi^ the Hicfanan family hap- 
piness in their continuing restora- 
ti<m of an historical lancbnark. 



f^ad^ JUm 



Text and Pbatoa by Cassandra 

We've often haard it said that 
Virginia Beaoh offers little in faat- 
ured entertainment in tfie winter. 
Nothing is further from the truth 
and the schedule for the Bay Har- 
bour Club of October alone is one 
of sophisticated fun and action a 
Go-Go. 

We "Swung into Fall", joining 
the Mod GrouD last Friday, for a 
sneak preview of the Fall calendar 
of events. After cocktails and din- 
ner, we learned what, where, 
where and how-even wi.ii whom-to 
wear "Fash'oBS iiom The Clothing 
C'nest Hud Iloffhelmers", fallowed 
by dancing to the miisic of Rick 
Trent, 

We arrived to witness Kay 
Foulkles, resembling a flame of 
fire in a sa'mon red chiffon shift, 
with a ruffled flared he-nline, co-m- 
menting on the attractive partici- 
pants, Barinra, Nancy, Ethel, 
Cherry, Betty, md Betty Anne, as 
they whirled, strutted and minced 
in professional pit wtth outfits of 
morning and afternoon and even- 
ing wear, makuig many husbands 
hold on to their wallets. 

Lt. Colonel Ralidi Theusen, Rob- 
ert McClees, and Joe Mathias with 
Piedmont Airlines, ond Butch 
Clark, Manager of the^ Clothing 
Ciiest, watched with awed pride as 
their ladies accompanied by male 
models, Dan Arris, Ted Broker, 
D'ck MHler, Claude Garrett and 
Owen PidKtt put on a show, 
breathtaking in beauty and em- 
bellished with finery. Barbara and 
Nancy, well known for the suc- 
cci-ful Tidewater Dance Guild, 
coordinated the show and their 
artistry was evident in ail the Bay 
Harbour members who took part. 

Cherry Davidsons's hot pink din- 
ner and theatre 2 piece suit, Ethel 
Potter's single glitter brooch in 
tlw back of a high-fashioned black 
chiffon silk fomial, Betty Anne 
Stroud's white evening gown with 
matching ^le. JBarbara's black 



By OLGA EDWARDS 



short cocktail with Peek-a-iBoo 
shoulder interest, and Nancy's taf- 
feta shift with wi.iirl-a-way pink 
and white chiffon snort evening 
coat all caiTie up roses, as "1 
Could Have Danced All Night", 
"Make Believe." and other roman- 
tic songs were played softly. 

And the male models? Here we 
hit tie jackpk, since "Butch 
Clark, himself, gave us the data 
on Dave Arris, who wore "a mid- 
night blue brocaded evening jack- 
et, "After 8" style from New 
York, a 'Mr. Tux' from Parts- 
mo..th; (wit;a the help of Jerry* 
Kahn); IMck Miller was exce:^tinn-' 
ally handsome in a brawn heather 
Hop iock sport jacket, by Stanley 
Blackburn, coordinated with win- 
dow pane brown and blue check- 
ered trousers, by Sol Newman, and 
Owen Pickett wore a maroon ca- 
ble knit sweater with crew neck 
collar and charcoal gray trousers 
with no cuffs, and all shoes were 
frr.-n Hoffeimers". These are hall- 
mark words, and color was every- 
where in this bold and subtly su- 
perb extravaganza of fashion. 

Among the 100 or more members 
attending were Mr. and Mrs. B. 
J. PMllfps, Mra. L. Travis Branch, 

A. J. Johnstone, Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert Kreamer, Jr. and Mr and 
Mrs. W. C. Gay. 

A "Lucky Lady Big Surprise" 
was wan by Mrs. Phillips, whose 
birthday coinci(ied with the even- 
ing's date— October 7th. Her prize 
was a sitting for a large Mcin- 
tosh colored portrait. Kissed by 

B. J., she said that she planned to 
give the honor to him. If she does 
po.-o, We hope it's in the lipstick 
coral red she was wearing. 

Kathryn G. Martin, 4'e9 Ben 
Gun rd.. is among the East Caro- 
linia College students who are 
practice-teaching during the cur- 
rent school term. She is teaching 
at the fifth grade in W^l-Coates 
School. 



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8n afBce via peisuual deliv- 
ery, U. S. mail, or telepbane. 
SwapalrtB aad ^eaay prMs bo 
largn- thaa S x 7 are accept* 
Na color phaira pleaie. 
k Moaday at 5 pj». 



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LETS TALK FASHION 



and \jiftA 



By ALICE BREWER WHITE 




ALISBEB 



Marine Comm. 
To Meet Here 

VnSGJMA BEACH— The Marine 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, Octdber 13, 1966 



P«g«3^ 



Flower Show Winners Announced 

VIRGINIA BEACH — "Art The unusual and beautiful stag- Arrowhead Garden Ch*; M». 
'I1>rou^ Fl«wws", a fall flower ing of tfie show was under the di- Randolph Payne. Hunt Country; 



This is a big year for furs! And 
if A fur coat or jacket Ls beyond 
your poc^etbook, you can still be 
right up-to-the-minute in your Fall 
and Winter wardrobe if you, use 
even ibe smaller bit <rf fur trim. 
It can even be a fur p(unpom on 
your felt hat. In fact, that one 
touch of ftv can make last year's 
felt look Uke new this season. By 
the same token, a little ring of 
fur makes a chic collar to perk up 
past season's wool suit or plain 
cbth coat, la the Autumn collect- 
ions, fur trimming and longer 
jadtets are the fashion highlights. 
ITie hit of one big Fall showing 
recently was a toast colored doa- 
ble-breasted wool suit thut had 
ranch mink collar and cuffs. The 
long jacket featured two large 
square pockets, and a narrow 
leather belt that tied m the front. 

Outstanding in one of the coat 
collections that played up the Cos- 
sack Look was a nubby wool in 
banker's gray with silver fox lin- 
ing and borders. These fur trim- 
med and fur-lined suits and coats 
are as warm and easy to wear as 
they are fashionable. Is it any 
wonder they're making such a hit 
with the woman who wants to be 
chic and comfortable at the same 
time? 

WHITE ELEPHANTS 

Have you any "white elephants" 
tucked away in your clothes clos- 
ets?- Jf so, the start of a new sea- 
son is a prime time for tossing 
them out. They are space wasters 
and time wasters. If you have 
teenagers in your family ask \h&n 
to lend a hand. It is only natural 
they will be sentimental about 
s<Miie items, but have them m^e 
the "wear" test, using these quest- 
ions: How hag has it been since 
I've worn this garment? Is it the 
right size? Is it in style? If not, 
is* it worth remodeling? And how 
much will it cost to r«nodel it to 
fit into my wardrobe plans for the 
seaston? , 

FLASH! BLACK IS BACK 

No matter how hard you tried 
last winter you just coouldn't find 




FUNNY FAKE - Long-haired, funny fake furs make a wonderful 
way to wrap up for winter. This "fox" greatcoat of Glenolt's Acrl- 
lan and Verel pile has broad stripes of gray and narrow ones of 
white. The coat is by Gloverfiire. Just AccessorleB wool and mo- 
hair stocking cap, com|rfeie the picture. (Photo by Seventeen) 

a good black basic dress. Re- ory. Today's smart woman does- 



Aiieen knit spor^.'Swear here, too! 
GIFT GOODIES 
While WaUs HiUti^ is chock full 
of household furniture, we like to 
browse among the gifts such as the 
Tole lamps of every size, stunning 
wodden and brass lamps and book- 
ends, loads of sconces and brass 
accessories. A brand new collect- 
ion of beautiful glassware had just 
aiiived at WUUs HilKop. Better 
hustle out there and pick out, or 
lay-away, those Christmas gifts! 
. . .We can't rave enough about the 
n-r»v line of Hallmark greeting and 
Christmas cards which have arriv- 
ed at both the Denton Gift Shops. 
All kinds of novelty gifts and 
games for the fun of it. Most at- 
tractive are the colorful plastic 
clusters of grapes for table decora- 
tions. If you haven't visited the 
Atlantic Avenue Dention's lately, 
better drop in and let Helen Den- 
ton show you the many unique and 
newly arrived Christmas gifts on 
hand! 



Marion Crosby 
Garden Club 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Mar- 
ion Crosby Garden Club held a 
luncheon meeting at the Lafayette. 



viuvuiuYii/\ nc/Ayjn — ine Marine *""~e(" - w— - > — — --.e, — . — •■-- — -- — - r- - j^ t!«u,«Ko*li 

Resotuws Study C(»nmission has show sponsored by the Council of rection of Mrs. Malcolm H. Todd. Mrs. C. H. Gruiwiey, Jcuzapein 

scbeAiled a p«ixiic hearii^ in the Garden Clubs of Virginia Beach, Jr. and Mrs. Kenneth Treschow. River Shores; Mra. M. M. Gngi- 

AJan B. Shepard Civic Center hi was <rfficially opened to the public Mrs. Arthur H. Gallagher served bly, Crepe Myrtle; Mrs- L. A. 

„..__!_:_ T.---1 — rt-^.L-_ ,- ,/uv. u.. .«__ rt_-- n Tt** __«-!4~.* „„ ««»->,»i -u„:-..,,.« Siinn, Larkspur Meadows; Mrs. 



Virginia Beach on October 17, 1966 
at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Dajdi^t 
Time. A second public hearuig is 
scheduled in the NewT»rt News- 
Hampton area on Wednesday, 
November 9, 1966. These are the 
first two of a series ol six puWic 
hearings which are scheduled by 
twh^Commission. TTic ottier l6oT 
locations selected for public 
hearin^E by the Commission are 
the Eastern Shore, Gloucester, 
Wersaw and city of Richmtrnd. 
The Commission was created by 



by Mrs. Omer 0. Utt, president 
of the Virginia Federation of Gar- 
den Clubs, assisted by Col. Joseph 
Viner, vice president of the Beau- 
tificatirai Commission of Virgin- 
ia Beach. 

OBITUARY 



MRS. LUCY CAPPS SIMMONS, 

87, of 400 Lake drive, passed away 

October 6 at a convalescent home 

after a short illness. A lifelong 

the General As.sembly of Virginia resident of Princess Anne county 

at its 1966 Sessions and was di- and Virginia 'Beach, she was a 



reeled by Hoij-^e Joint 'Resolu 
tion No. 59 to study matters 
relating to Marine Resources in 
Virginia. Copy of House Jbint 
Resolution No. 59 is attadied. Hie 
Commission is most anxious to 
receive comments and suggestiwis 
from the public on such diverse 
matters as the conservation of 
raars^hlands, human and industrial 



daughter of Columbus and Mrs. 
Margret Bonney Capps and the 
widow of John Thomas Simmons. 
She was a methodist. 

Surviving are a son, William 
Vernon Simmons, Sr.; a grand- 
son, William Vernon Simmons, Jr.; 
a granddaughter, Mrs. James H. 
Jessup; and three great grand- 



as general chairman. _ . 

Award winners of the show L. M. Caputo, Marion Cro^; 

which was held October 1 and 2 Mrs. C. W. Jemifffli LyifflhavM; 

have been announced. Top award Mrs. PWHip Morrk, Thorou^ 

wuiners in the Artistic Division good; Mrs. Lewis C- Scinner, Vhr- 

were: Tri-Color — Mrs. Woodrow ginia Beach; and Mrs. J. M. Ball, 

Dixon of Marion Crosby Garden Crepe Myrtle, 

club; Award of Distinction and , . _ . _. „. , c,„,- 

Creativity- Mrs. Phillip Morris, ^^^ ^hAs *«* M^s S^ 

Ttioroughgood Garden Club; Coun- Barnett of Br«l^vood and M«s 

cil of G^n Clubs Award - "^^^^-^^SL^ ^^Tf ?J^Jh 

Mrs. August H. Culpepper, Thor- flue ribbon ^'^^^.^^^. 

oughgood Garden ClurPresident's culture Division '.Senior cliAs) 

Award - Mrs. George Hamilton, were Mrs. Leroy Tilts, Tborou^- 

Lake Shores Garden Club; and g<«^= ^"- ^- i*" ^'^^ ^JT^/ 

Junior Achievement Award-Miss go«d; Mrs. C. L. H«-siAerger. 

Janle Gray. Chesopeian Cotony ^y""^^*" ^7*^? ^,'^^^^p??^^^ 

Ganlen Club. Mrs. L. 0. Clark Jr Cavaher; 

Mrs. Don French. Lynnhaven; 

Top Award Winners in Horti- Mrs. M. K. Crockett. Lake Joyce; 

culture Division: Award of Merit— Mrs. R. C Dunaja, Lake Shores; 

(Best Cultural Specimen) — Mrs. Mrs. Gilmore Tilbrook, CavaUe-; 

A. C. Mays, Lake Shores Garden Mrs. C T. Deary, Allanton; Mis. 

Club; Award of Merit (Best House Arthur H. Galla^er, Chesopeian 



pollution of waters, caitrol <rf diUdren. all of Virginia Beach, 
marine pests, riparian rights of Burial was in Willowwood Came- 
waterfront land ownf '•s. pre?erva- tery. Sigma, VirguiJa Beach. 

tion and promotion of the seafood — ^ — ■ 

and fisheries industries, recre- 
ational developments affecting ^^ ttT'II 
marine resources and the need ( -rfllUlt tX/lll 
for additional scientific research, v^****'** fr fif 

All interesttd persons, groups 
and organizations are invited to 
attend the hearings and present 
their views on matters pertaining 
to the study. Those desiring to 



Speak To CCO 

VIRGINIA BEACH — W. M. 



Plant) — Mrs. C. L. Hershberger, 
African Violet Society; Sweep- 
stakes Award — Mrs. C. L. Owens, 
Thoroughgood Garden Club; Jun- 
ior Achievement Award — Miss 
Janie Gray, Chesopeian Colony 
Garden Club; and Junior Sweep- 
stakes — Deborah Jochens, Brent- 
wood Garden Club. 

Special Awards: Mrs. C. L. 
Hershberger, Outstanding House 
Plant Display; Frank Israel and 
W. A. Hinson, Exquisite and Un- 



Tables were set with fall flowers speak at the hearings are r^^" Gaunt, Jr., execirtive vice fM-esi- usual display of orchids and house 

and favors. ed to notify the Secretary. GM. de„t of Vu^ia Daky Products, plants; Mrs. Jeanne Gilliam, dis- 

. Quintin Sheipe will make }fVS^y' ^^5^Pt^«TS andWikonPaxion. president of play of Oriental Arrangements and 

imber of new student judges ^/^""^•^^^jf'SU j?^ Je Nor- oHc Cooperativ^ Milk Pro- ^ate contahiers; Mr and Mrs. 

of their statements, either in aa- <jucers Association, wiD be speak- m.„j^ uo„^ tvo^u i. i „^ 



Mrs, 
the number 
eight. 

Contributions were sent to the 



vance or at the hearing. 



member? White, gray or pastels n't wear the same nondescript yPI scholarship fuhd and to Old Walter B. Fidler, member of JT^^jl^ .fi *^, ^^fi*^". °^^^^ 

-i«tead, she Dominion Coltege for its beauti- the House of Delegates, d Sharps, Jf "l?^? ^ J L^^' i!!^ 



t iu ^ _* 1 ^^' Charles Hayes, Frank Israel and 
ers for the next quarterly duuier j^^g ^ a Dowling, Bonsai dis- 



were "in '. 'Tis a different story scarf time and agam. Instead 

this Fall because our American has a wardrobe of scarves that 

designers have included at least have a variety of uses, even as 

one good black dress in their Col- blouses. Larger-sized scarves 

lections. They're no longer just have long been the joy of the wom- 

sleeveless sheaths, either. Most of an on a budget. They have done 

them have long sleeves and many far more bo V^ry a basic black 



CoUeg ^ _ 

fication project. is Chairman of the Commission. 

It was announced that a State Serving with him are Saiator E. 

Flower Show by the Virginia Fed- Aimer Ames, Jr.. ViceGhairtnan, 



of them are belted. You can do so 
much with accessorizing "up" or 
"down" witii your good "little 
black dress", too. 



dress ttian the frequently used 
string of pearls. It was only a 
half dozen years ago that a girl 
was apologetic when she tied a 
kerchief around her head, even 
_, , ■ ,. „ though it was a very practical 

Tlie scarf has finally come into thing f^j. ^er to do. Today head 
Its own as a high fashion access- scarves are recognized by aU style 

authorities not only as practical 



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eration of Garden Clubs, Inc., 
named "Virginia, Yesterday, To- 
day, Tomorrow'', will be held in 
Lynchburg Nov. 11, 12 and 13, in 
honor of president, Mrs. Omer 0. 
Utt. 

General Chairman wUl be Sirs. 
Frank J. Lukanich; art and stag 
ing, Mrs. L. 
^low consultant 

land; junior hi^ gardeners, Mrs. 
C. E. McGmn; secretary, Mrs. 



Delegate 
Delegate 



Mr. Gaunt will be representing 
the Milk Commission. 

The meetii^ will be held 
Wec^nesday, October 19, 1966 at 
6:30 p.m. at the F. 0. P. Oom- 



Ridha'd M. Bagl^, 

Hugh C. Dischinger, J. W. Fergu- modore Country .Jub on Southern 

L Sr.. William J. Harris, Jr., ^ at Kempsville. 

Milton T Hickman, H. R. Hum- Reservations arc necessary for 

phreys, Jr., W. P. Hunt, Robert those plamung to attend and 

P^ Hutchinson, Chester F. Phelps, "^Z^^J^ ^ ^TS 

Walter J. WiUdns, State Senator .'M^^. Heri)ert Dugroo^ Pon- 

.„... „. ..». .«,- wiUiam P. Kdlam of Virglma Uac Road, '^f^^^^^ 

M. Caputo; flower Beach and Claud Rogers of the Mrs A- G Harp^^a Madena 

t. Mrs. Sdm G. Ire- Virginia Beach, rarcctor of the ?°«^/t&nJ^'oJ£i 

Virlnia Salt Wa^r Fishing^ Tbur- George SaWjgO Curbj 



play; and Mrs. C. L. Hershberger 
and Mrs. C. M. Diggs for African 
Violet Display. 

Other blue ribbon winners in the 
Artistic Division (senior clubs) 
were Mrs. Edward McQuitty of 



County; Mrs. John Miles, Prin- 
cess Anne; Mrs. Peggy Jordon, 
Arrowhead; Mrs. Mary Wigaudt, 
Arrowhead; and Mrs. A. L. Al- 
theide, Allanton. 

Junior Club winners were Miss 
Susan Barnett, Brentwood; Miss 
Deborah Jochens, Brentwood Jun- 
ior; Miss Jill Davis, Pocahontas 
Village; and Miss Janie Gray, 
Chesopeian Colony. 

Accredited Judges for the show 
were from Lynchburg, flichmond, 
Norfolk, and North Carolina. 

The judges were oitertained at 
a coffee, prior to the judgmg, A 
the home of Mrs. R<rf)at Schaller 
with mCTnbers of Chesopeian Col- 
ony Gard^ Club serving as host- 
esses. 

A luncheon for the judging, was 
held at the Pine Tree Inn with 
Mrs. Horace M. Jordon and Mrs. 
August H. Culpepper, president of 
the Council, serving as hostesses. 



but flattering. The millinery in- Merwyn Keller; and tickets. Mrs 

dustry instead of knocking them, Arthur H. Gallagher, 
joined them by sewing scarves into jj, ^^ Virginia Beach Flower 

saood-like hats, but without losmg g^ow, Mrs. Malcolm H. Tbdd, Jr. 

their tie characteristics. Soft, silk- ^^s given a special award for 

en and seductive enough to make staging; Mrs. Woodrow Dixon was 

ytou want to wear them. Iho awarded the tri-cobr while Mrs. 

scarf hats are fashion ayorites . l m. Caput and Mrs. Margaret 

this year. Perhaps models broke crigsby won blues. 

down resistance to scarves by — . . 

wrapping IhenTaround their hair- ^ j ^, , 

dos until they were ready for the Lrarcten L'lllO 
camera's eye. Anything models do 
always seems to get fashion ap- 
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Miss Cherry Lassiter. a monber BirthdoY PortY 

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OR-ANGE— Conservation of nat- 
ural resources will be the theme 
for the forty-seventh meeting of 
the Board of Governors of the 
Garden Club of Virginia to be held 
in Orange Tuesday. October 17, 
and Wednesday, October 18. 

The Dolly Madison Garden Club 
of Orange is hostess club. 

Business meeting, at which Mrs. 
Benjamin F. Parrott of Roanoke, 
president, will preside, will be 
held in parish house of old St. 
Thomas's Episcopal Church. 

Registration and placing of 



College, Painesville. Ohio, attend- 
ed the annual formal dinner and 
reception for new students held 
recently in the Lincoln Commons, 
the college's national architectural 
award winning building whidi is 
situated in tfie heart of the cam- 
pus. Miss Lassiter is the daughter JyiiSS^B^dT 
of Mrs. Marie M. Lassiter, 208 «^ ^"^'^ ^^''^■ 



VHMJINIA BEACH - A preview 
of the cabaret follies show, "Hulla- 
Ba-loo", will be presented by the 
Virginia Beach Princess Anne Jun- 
ior Woman's Club at the forty- 
first birthday luncheon meeting of 
the Princess Anne Wonan's Club 



FASHION FLASH 

Doris Zorn is in a swirl of ex- 
citement over the new label fash- 
ions hanging on the racks of her 
Fad and Fashion Shop in Robbins 
Corner. The new kbel is Jeune 
Leiques featuring junior sizes (5 
to 15) in smart 100' <' cotton three- 
piece slax suits with jacket and 
skirt and in pleasant fkiwer prints, 
so popular with the Younger Fash- 
ionables. Her wheat-colored plaid 
dresses, with jackets, by Jeune 
Leiques are eye<atchers. At this 

shop you 11 fuxl a plethora select- horticultural exhibits wOl begin there were many happy memories 
ion of Junior Sophisticates and ^^ ^ ' ^'^■' 

Leslie Fay cocktail dresses in 



50th street, and Robert P. Lassi- 
ter, 107 57th St. 

. * * 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Forsnaan 
have returned to their home in 
Virginia Beach diet a trip to Eur- 
ope. Tlie countries visit«l during 
the tour were NMway, Sweden, 
Finland, Denmark and Ireland. 
While in Sweden they visRed Mr. 
Forsman's sister and family in 
Stocidiolm. Mr. Forsman was 
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silver as well as boutique scarves, 
gloves, evening bags and Warner's 
lingerie and Hanes hosiery!. . . 
Have you seen the smart Oleg 
Cassini dresses at Fkwence Wil- 
son's Shop? One we like especially 
is an oatmeal colored dummer 
with cro^ain ribbon trim down 
the front. Another knockout is a 
Schiaparelli phJc soft wool crepe, 
the only trim a ball of brilUants. 
Tucker WUsn is fast endearing 
herself to the Younger Set shoppers 
with tier enthusiastic sales chatter I 
. . .When youve got your heart 
set on a new dress don't forget 
that The Clothing Chest's ladies' 
nook has all the newest dresses 
and costumes by Jonathan Logan, 
Suebrett, Suzzy Perette, Miss 
Thane and Junior Theme as well 
as Gail Mitchell cocktail frocks. 
Loads of pood boy sweaters and 

Broad Bay GC 

VIRGH«JLA BEACH - The S^ 
tenU>CT meeting of the aroad Bay 
Gard«i CliA was heW at the Siore 
Drive Inn, with Mrs. Lane Tar- 
rant, president, presiding. Devot- 
ions were gwen by Mrs. Gat6m 
Ware. 

Mrs. Malcolm Todd gave a 
HKBt en^yable px^am. 

Mrs. W. G. Nisek was awarded 
a %M ribbon for her artistic ar- 
rangemoit, and blues were award- 
ed to Mrs. W. J. Tuttle, Mrs. N. 
G. Astaanm, Mrs. W. G. Baek, 
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llie meetii^ will take place at 
11:30 on Tuesday, October 18 at 
the Pine Tree Inn. Mrs. George 
Aldridge. president will preside. 

Mrs. A. E. Ewell. first president 
(1925-1929) will att^ the birUi- 
day lunchetm akmg with other 
past presidents. Area club presi- 
dents have been invited. 

Mrs. Eugene Godfrey is program 
chairman for the October meeting. 




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WIOtlAUV SNAKING 



For The Bond Issue 




The seven mi)lior> dollar bond issue 
on which the voters of Virginia Beach 
will decide November 8 has been 
called "the most far-reaching capital 
Improvement program since Virginia 
Beach and Princess Anne County 
merged." Inhere is little doubt in the 
awesome truth of this statement. 

Nearly all bond issues of the past 
have concerned schools solely, and 
they have certainly been vital, but 
this issue is far more vital than all the 
others put together. 

Not only does the bond issue seek 
approval of funds for construction of 
a new school in the Princess Anne 
Waza area and funds for additions 
end repairs to existing schools, but it 
also seeks approval of funds for public 
utilities sorely needed. 

One of the most needed facilities 
In the City of Virginia Beach is in- 
cluded. If approved a new firehouse 
can be built for the Plaza area and a 
modern central communications center 
fcM" fire and rescue work can be con- 
structed. 

§l^r funds needing approval wiH 
inipljimant the first phase of the won- 
■ '%fi muter plen for recreation which 
•kM^ ^eim given accieifn. A4- 
viw^f^ lunri^ would be used to con- 
0y0 a oew library in Beyslde, and 
1» bifin tt»e cjonstructjon of a massive 
M^M^ cfimplex at the cpurt- 
ori^ Off 9 growing an«j f^f^ 
mm^ metr<ipoiitan city. And 

My%M^ flP^eeught l«r «»ed«, M 

JlrVf^gNalMch. ^ ^ . 

%^ is no cjMestion that this tionQ 
iMue iff ctycfoHingly inr^^prtant to the 
Mure <^ Vifginia Beach and its citizens. 



Ov« Th« UnM Way 

Wi hfw Imnw» p'tw^ ♦© f^P^j 

fhH the UnM Ctjmmwnitie* FgM 
mm m Vkgiwje Stench Boroygh yH^ich 
fws ji!-.t ended is "over the top." It 
took a lot of work by a lot of dedicated 
and civic-minded individuals in the 
borough. They can be rightly proud 
of the job they did. And, of course, 
the contributors, who this year opened 
their purse strings just a little wider 
than usual are to be humbly thanked 
for their aid. 

Now the regular United Commun- 
ities Fund drive for Norfolk, part of 
tl^sap^ke and the rest of Virginia 
Bead) i^ underway. The goal must be 
met, if a large numteer of important 
services and charities can continue to 
do their much-needed work. 

The key word in UCF is "service" . . . 
service to those who cannot help them- 
selves . . . service to the various 
worthy organizations that make up the 
fund . . . and service to the communi- 
ty. All three "services" are important, 
and the only way these services can 
be carried out is through the generosity 
of all of us. UCF calls on all resident 
of the area to give for the benefit 
of others less fortunate 

This summer we saw one concrete 
result of UCF right here in Virginia 
Beach. Funds were made available for 
the sunrrmer operation of the service- 
man's hospitality house in the old hos- 
pital. This necessary facility should be 
operated full-time, all year long. UCF 
can he tfie answer. The money donated 
to the fund is used to help our own 
people whe ^re temporarily unable to 
cope wilh lift't problems and to help 
jHit rtwn on ihe road to rea>very. 

It takes money to do this, and the 
money must ecme from all of us. The 
right way to gwe U still (he i^lTEO 
WAY, It has not changed. "Your one 
0t sHH works many won^% • • 

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We urge a "FOR" vote in each category. 
It is indeed unfortunate that each cat- 
egory must be voted on separately. The 
ballot is necessarily long. But by 
election laws, this must be. We urge 
voters to examine all parts of this bond 
issue and vote for all of it as an invest- 
ment in our own future in Virginia 
Beach. 



Future Schcx>l Aims 

We have always praised the work 
of our school system in Virginia Beach. 
W6 believe the administrators and 
teachers have beaten back seemingly 
insurmountable odds to keep our 
schools among the leaders in the state 
of Virginia. 

The poptllation growth here has 
caused most of the problems. New 
schools had to be built; new personnel 
had to be hired; new materials had to 
be purchased; and new equipment 
had to be installed at such a rapid rate 
th^t many of the lesser problems had 
to be overlooked. 

The growth is still with us, but things 
are beginning to level off somewhat 
and school officials are looking toward 
two alms now which we consider 
"musts" as soon as possible. 

The need for a vocational-technical 
school on the high school level has 
been here for some time. Now Council 
jbas begun moving toward, tbat aim 
i)uickly. We applaud this action and 
htxpe this facility for students not able 
to go to college or not wishing to at- 
tend college can be in operation soon. 
We also hope that free textbooks 
can be a reality soon, as the cost of 
educating a child grows for parents 
each ye^r. We would not like to see 
§ tax iiKrease to do so, but we hope 
that it can be done soon. Bol'h real 
estate taxes and personal property 
tax assessments are up this year. 
Perhaps a part of that revenue can 
be of some use in this endeavor. 

Those who would criticize any part 
of our school operation should simply 
stop and examine closely the p/oblems 
that have been successfully faced by 
our officials. They would also see that 
these same people are always trying 
to solve the present arKi future 
problems of our schools . .'. now. 

The New Civic Service Group 

The work of the international organi- 
zation. King's Daughters, is welj- 
known. Its volunteer workers who 
specialize in helping others are con- 
stantly working in hospitals and clinics 
and are providing nursing care at honrve 
and in the hospitals. 

Now there is a King's Daughters 
City Union in Virginia Beach. The in- 
itial membership, made up of civic- 
minded citizens, totals nearly one hun- 
dred persons. 

The overall aim of the new group 
will not be only a charitable one, but 
also one with a definite purpose. The 
ladies hope to help purchase special- 
ized equipment for the New General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach. The ney^ 
hospital, already overcrowded and ex- 
pecting approval of expansion plans 
soon, will be deeply indebted to these 
women. 

We congratulate them on initiating 
this new group. It has been said many 
times that if you want a job done, ask 
a busy person to do it. It must be true, 
because the outstanding slate of c^- 
ficers of the King's Daughters City 
Union includes some of the busiest 
and most dedicated women in Virginia 
Beach. We wish them luck. 




THE BEACH THIS WEEK 



A Wgima B^ch family es- 
caj,«d mjury Saturday when their 
2^fcot boat sank after strSdng 
some rocks near the Baltimore 
Channel. Mr. and Mrs- James 
Goodman of the 100 block of South 
Gum Ave., th«ir chiU aad it friend 
vere an Ute boat at the 
time of Die a^cidsut. Accordiiig to 
GGodman, the boat began dragg- 
ing its anchor and then struck 
the racks- They were able to make 
it to the western islai^ of the 
channel and scramble ashore b3- 

fore tiie cabin cruiser sank. 

* ♦ ♦ 

Leonard M. Millikan, a Norfolk 
hmh who was convicted along 
with three olfier Norfolk men in 
connection with an appliance theft 
riqg has been pi^ on probatron 
here for six year. Eiarli^- this 
year he received two years on pro- 
bation from a Norfolk Court. The 
sesterice was handed down by 
Circuit Court Judge Richard B. 
Kellam. The ring was brdcen up in 

m:d49S5. 

* * * 

David E. Watts, 22. of the 500 
block of Minutemaa St.. was 
wounded recently wCk:: s pistol 
fell fnm his trousers and fired 
when it struck the floor. He was 
taken to Norfolk General Hospital 
where doctors ronoved a .22 cali- 
ber bullet from his right kg. Ac- 
cording to folioe. Watts was work- 
ing at a gasoline station at the 

time of the acci<tent. 

* t * 

William Charles Shelby, 42, of 
the 100 block of Canal Road, died 
last week at Norfolk General Hos- 
pital from injuries sustained in a 
motorcycle accident Sept. 3. Police 
said Shelby apparently failed to 
make a curve at a construction 
site north of Plantati<Mi Roa4 on 



Great Neck Road. His was tfie 
20th traffic fatality for the year m 

the resort city. 

» • ♦ 

body of a A9A pUot who was killed 

when his jet ^^'^'J'fi^^ 
training mission Sept. 27. LCDK- 
Dwigbt C. Owings, 34. of Virginia 
Beach, was one of two persons 
killed in the crash. The body of 
Owings' bombadier-navigator, U. 
Douglas R. Bibler. 32. also of 
Virginia Beach, was recovered 
from the waters ot Chesapeake 
Bay shorUy after the crash. The 
plane was on a bombing training 
mision at the Tangier boi^mg 
range when the era* occured. 

♦ • ♦ 

Judge Robert S. Wahab of Vir- 
ginia Beach Circuit Court has 
committeed an alleged hoWup man 
to Southwestern State Hospital. Le- 
roy W. Whitehurst, Jr., of the 
2400 block of Pleasure House Road 
was found not guilty for reason 
of insanity at the time of the 
crime, during a trial held last 
week. Whitehurst was reportedly 
the bandit who he'.d up Willian L. 
Goodsan, manager of the 7-Elev- 
en Store at Robbins Corner, with 
a toy pistol. PoUce said $81 was 
taken by the bandit who gave his 
last name and address. At tbat 
address, police arrested Whitehurst 
and confiscated a toy pistol and 

$44. 

♦ ♦ * 

The city had its August financial 
report confinned Monday when 
the city audit was made public by 
city officials. The general fund 
unappropriated balance was less- 
ened by $200,000 in the fiscal year 
tftat ended June 30. In the general 
fund the city took in $12.7 millioi 
and spent $12.9 million. 



Lock The Barn Door 



We do not suggest that the school 
bus accident on South Lynnhaven Road 
recently which injured several young- 
sters was the fault of the road. We do 
not want to try to fix blame, nor do not 
feel it is our place to do so. But we do 
say that the narrow, curvy and bumpy 
section of South Lynnhaven Road on 
which the bus was forced i ito the ditch 
is probably one of the most treacherous 
stretches of road we have ever seen. 
But with proper and careful driving the 
road is not dangerous. 

That now heavily-traveled hazard- 
ous road has long been in need of re- 
pair or replacing and both have been 
under discussion for some time. In fact, 
complete improvement of the road was 
in the not too distant plans. Now, how- 
ever, the city fathers are studying the 
section of road carefully. They say they 
cannot do too much with the deep ditch 
that the bus fell into. Perhaps they can- 
not, but they can certainly widen the 
road, put in some type of shoulder and 
resurface the roadway. They might also 
be able to take out the bad curves. 

In the meantime school bus routes 
may be changed to avoid the road. That 
seems to us a case of locking the barn 
door after the entire herd has fled. It 
has been known for a long time that 

Getting Out The Vote 

The registration books for the 
November Eighth General Election are 
closed. Now the next important matter 
is getting out the vote on election day. 

Increased activity by members of 
the dominant Democratic Organization 
in Virginia Beach to get a large turnout 
has received some chiding. This is 
slightly ridiculous. Since when has there 
been anything wrong with getting out 
the vote? 

Public gatherings are being held 
by Organization people all over Vir- 
gjnia Beach. It is not being done with a 
great deal of fanfare. It need not be. 
That is not the way voters are best con- 
tacted, according to long accepted tra- 
ditions and policies. On the contrary( it 
has always been the small neighbor- 
hood or precinct meetings and the door- 
to-door precinct work which have 
brought out the largest number of in- 
formed voters. 

We commend the Democrats for 
working hard now a month prior to 
election to get the largest turnout pos- 
sible. That after all, is what elections 
are all about. And if they happen to be 
singing the praises of their candidates, 
Harry F. ^yrd, Jr. and William B. Spong, 
Jr. "lor the U. S. Senate, and Thomas 
N. Downing for the House of Repre- 
sentatives, then we say more power 
to them. 



the section of road was bad. Either the 
buses should not have used it or the 
road should have been fixed. 

That area is becoming densely pop- 
ulated. The road must be fixed now. 
It is unfortunate that a real traffic haz- 
ard must come to light under these 
circumstances, but it has happened and 
must no\A/ be corrected. 

We can take solace in only one 
way. The accident was not terribly 
serious, and a few cuts or bumps on the 
head could be a small price to pay for 
the termination of a real hazard. 

We also congratulate the city for 
getting right to work on the problem. 

Fire Prevenlion Week 

Nationwide ihis is Fire Prevention 
Week. For those who would scoff and 
say, "It's just another week.", here are 
a few facts to ponder. 

Last year fire took 12,000 lives in 
the United States and caused property 
damage totaling over $1 .4 billion. More 
than 6,500 of these fire fatilities oc- 
curred in homes, homes like yours and 
mine. 

The American Insurance Association 
says the largest part of these fires could 
have been prevented had proper fire 
prevention methods been employed, 
not merely during the one week set 
aside each year, but all year long. The 
sad part of it is that the preventive 
methods are not costly, difficult or even 
time-consuming. They simply necessi- 
tate the rules of good common sense 
being employed at all times. 

Fires do not just start. They are 
caused by something or someone, and 
more often than not that something 
is carelessness and the someone is just 
plain careless. 

Having fire insurance is only a 
small part of fire protection. All the 
rules of safety must be used. Watch 
electrical items. Keep them in good re- 
pair. Keep litter away from attics, base- 
ments and storerooms. Do not smoke 
in bed. Keep matches away from chil- 
dren. Have a working knowledge of 
what to do in case of any type of fire. 
Keep a fire extinguisher handy. Stamp 
out campfires. Crush all cigarettes 
carefully. The list is endless, and we 
have all heard the rules many times. 
Unfortunately, 12,000 people who had 
heard the same rules lost their lives 
in 1965. 

Fire prevention is up to all of us. 
We are quite lucky to have such willing 
and able firefighters in Virginia Beach. 
They do a marvelous job. But they 
would like nothing better than to have 
less to do. That is our job. Let us be- 
gin during Fire Prevention Week and 
continue all year long. ! 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
OPEN FORUM 



Editor: 

Do you know why mankind was 
born into this world witH an in- 
nate tendency to defy the laws of 
nature and his God? Have you ever 
dartd to guess what type persaaal- 
ity or character you would be, if 
you were never tempted and never 
had to battle with temptation? 

Mankind with all his attributes 
and possessions came from the 
earth and to tiie earth must re- 
turn, all 'that he tack from it. With 
our seieritific knowledge most of 
us know, thpt the earth itself and 
everything in it, is constantly bat- 
tling the elements. Have you ever 
wondered, if Gcd or we ourselves, 
w'ould want it any other way? 
There is no experience in life so 
self satisfying as the feat of win- 
ning a battle against temptation. 
The earth and everything in it, 'to- 
gether with all the other heavenly 
bodies, seem to be in a universal 
testing space. 

Undoubtedly we are being tested 
for tlie purpose of acceptance or 
rejection. Every person is on his 
own to battle and win acceptance. 
This is an alternative. If he 
chooses, he may collapse and lose. 
This is a topic that should be kept 
in the hearts and minds of all par- 
ents, and should be presented to 
our youth frequently. 

Ed. L. Applegate 



of National Newspaper Week, this 
office would like to express its 
appreciation to your newspaper 
for the fine public service rendered 
in publishing material for the 
enlightenment of veterans in 
Virginia. 

The help of the newspaper in- 
dustry in getting our story over to 
those who are affected saves the 
government many dollars annually 
in reduced direct contact witli our 

clientelsw. Xi 

We saiW* ftw and your mlire 
organizatloii during this National 
Newspaper Week as great publ?;^ 
servants and offer you our sincere 
thanks. 

Sincerely yours, 
WILLIAM J. POWERS 
Manager 



Dear Sir: 
During the observance this week 



Harvest Charity 
Ball At NAB 

LITTLE CREEK-The 1936 Har- 
vest Clarity Ball sponsored by the 
Amphibious Force Officers Wives 
Club, will be held Saturday, Oc- 
tober 15, at Rockwell Hall, USN- 
AB, Little Creek. 

Music will be furnished from 9 
p.m. to 1 a.m. by the PHIBLANT 
Band and the School of Music. 

All Amphibious Officers and 
their Ladies are invited to the Ball. 
Reservations should be made 
through Key Callers from indi- 
vidual Commands. 



You Bet Your Life 




"i iMrr* graal ratra-MUMry parta^iMi far Mt Mrt tH iMm ." 
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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, October 13, 1966 



Page 5-A 




Walton (8keeter> Saunaers noias nls uaaiuonat cigar as he smilingly hosts a recent Coffee at his 
home on 54th Street, to assist the Organization Democrats hi the election on the gUi of November. 
Pictured with him are Mrs. Francis Gelger, Dewey Simmons, Ivan Mapp, Murray Malbon, and Mrs. 
E. E. Skeptstrom. (Photo by Cassandra) 



Community Teams Display Spirit 



VIRGINIA BEACIl - The com- 
munity recreation twms sponsor- 
ed by the Department of Parks 
and Recreation, City of Virginia 
Beach are really displaying great 
spirit and aggressiveness during 
the current season. The Unioi 
KempsviUe Division has organized 
four leagues composed of twenty- 
one teams. Midget League entries 
are C ^ K, Bayside, Seatack, New- 
light, and Seaboard. Ttie same 
areas also have entries in the 
Jr. Low League. Entries in \h& 
Jr. High League are Bayside, 
Lynnhaven, Seatack, C & K, and 
Seaboard. Ncwlight, C & K, Lynn- 
haven, Seatack, Baysids and Sea- 
board are entered in the Sr. High 
League. 



Tile games are scheduled for 
every Saturday beginnir^ at 1:00 
p.m. on five fields located at Sea- 
tack, Bettie Williams, Seaboard, 
Union Kempsville and Newlight. 
Ttie season will end on November 
19th. It opened on Saturday, Sep- 
tember 17th. The teams are now 
thrilled over the invitation to be 
the guests of the Norfolk Neptunes 
on Saturday, October 22nd at 8.00 
p.m. in their contest with the 
Philadephia Bulldogs at Forerr»an 
Field. 

League Leaders through October 
l£t were Seatack's Midgets, 2 and 
0; Baysldc's Jr. Low, 3 and 0; 
Seatack's Jr. High, 3 and 0; and 
C & K's Sr. High with 2 wins, no 
losses and 1 tie. 




Frank and Arden Staroba star in Noel Coward's hysterical comedy 
"Private Lives,,' opening October 18th at Wedgewood DimwrTlieater. 
(Photo by WUliams. 




/0UTD04 

decorative 

igMiAg 

•—Quality fixtures by Kim 
•—Lanterns by Hadco and Argee 
•—Low Voltage Lighting by Nitescaping 
• —Fountains by Kim and Roman 
•— G. E. Decorative Lamps 

2324 VirgiBia Beach Blvd. 

At LoadM Bridge 

34M8H 



Instaliatiam 
Repair and Servica 

Residential and Commercial 



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bOUTHERN ELECTRIC COMPANY 



34»4Ul-NlgM CaU a4»-ll73 



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Rams Roll, 14-0 

VIRGINIA BEACH - In Com- 
munhy League football play spon- 
scored by the Virginia Beach De- 
partment of Parks & Recreation, 
action in &» American 6-man mid- 
get division found the Thorough- 
good Thorohreds downing the BA- 
CI Barons 8-0. The Rams blanked 
the Packers 14-0. The Wildcats 
wholloped the Chargers 39-12. The 
Colts edged the Vikings 13-7. 

Ttie National 6-man Midget Di- 
vision found the Packers winning 
35-8 over the Neptunes. The Tig- 
ers and the Chargers played to a 
scoreless tie. The Larks and the 
Rams traded T.D's back and 
forth for most of the game, but 
the Larks finally mianaged to pull 
out the victory by the score of 
19-12. The C;Its edged Greenwich 
6-0 in a hard fought defensive con- 
test. 

The American R man Midget Di- 
vision saw Diamond Sprigs domi- 
nate play and take a 23-0 win 
over the Plaza Red Devils. The 
Kings Grant Vik'.ngs rolled over 
BACI 34-0. T.ie Cobras downed the 
Chargers 18-7. 

The National 8-n:an Midgst Di- 
vi;s;on saw Diamond Springs do.tii- 
blanked the Blue Devils 7-0. The 
Raiders, upended tie Wcpdchucks 
14-0. The Razorbacks and the 
Panthers played to a scoreless tie 
in a hard fought defensive contest. 

Intermediate league play found 
BilCI downing the Vikings ' 13^7. 
Kempsville edged Di-amond Springs 
13-7. Tne Bulldogs defeated Thalia 
6-0. 

In Junior 8-man League play the 
Larks trounced the Plaza Trojans 
34-7. The ColLs turned back the 
Raiders 25-6. 



Back Bay Blind ^ 
Deadline Nears 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Huntdrs 
mtmiitting applications kff blind 
resarvatiom on the (kone Cot> 
mission's Pocahontas and Trojtm, 
Wildlife Management Areias at 
Badi Bay have only a few days 
left to get them in aimA of the 
Octobsr 17 drawing date, Super- 

iiii^ Game Biobgisi Chark; 
jilchrist reminds. At this time 
.iDOters whose appUoetuns are in 
the pit will ba awardsd first, sec- 
ond or tliird choice ol hunting 
date in the ordttr they are drawn. 

Bunten must make application 
OB ^>ecial forms available from 
Game Conanission's Rictanood 
)tflce or from Trojan Area head- 
quarters at Back Bay. Check, cash 
or money order in the amount 
of the $3 daily blind fee mu^ ac- 
company each application. Suc- 
cessful Pocahontas applicants will 
be expected to pay the additional 
$20 guide fee when they report to 
hunt. 

Hunt dates not filled during the 
drawing will be aUotted on a 
first-conrje-first-served basis during 
the remainder of the season. Hunt- 
ers may reserve these available 
dates in advance by paying the 
blind fee. Hunters may also claim 
open dates by reporting to the 
Trojan Area headquarters on the 
morning of the hunt opening. A 
limited number of hunters will be 
allowed in on cancellations. 



Pamela G. Durey, daughter of 
Orin J. Durey of Woodhouse rd., 
is attending The Washington School 
for Secretaries. 



185,200 

Virginia families 

bank on 

a better Ufe 

with 

First & Merchants. 



Socmyotf 

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niiar«innciuiii« 



Di^Fict Key 
Club Meet At 
Kellam ItS 

VIRGINIA ^ACH — KeBam 
Hfgti School will host a District 
Key Club Training Conference 
Sunday, October 16 at 2:30 P.M. 

Key Club representa'tives from 
14 Tidewater public and private 
h^ schools will attend. Key 
clubs are sponsored by the Ki- 
wanis Clubs nationwide and the 
pi«p sahool Key Clubs are set up 
in a number of Districts in eacii 
state. Virginia Beach is in Vir- 
^lia District 18. 

The conference at Kellam High 
School is being held to train mem- 
ijers and officers of the various 
Key Clubs and to acquauH Uiem 
with the overall purpose of the 
organization. 

'Like the parent organization, 
Key Clubs are service organiza- 
tions. The purpose of the clubs 
is service to school and commun- 
ity. Only the young men of high- 
est character are chosen for mem- 
bership. 

TUe theme of the Training Con- 
ference is "Initiate Personal Re- 
sponsibility". The keynote speaker 
is Arnold B. Goldwin of Riclimond, 
Virginia, Trustee of Key Club In- 
ternational. His topic will be "The 
structure of ^e Key Club". 

Beauty is not overlooked at the 
meeting. Miss Tidewater, Arlene 
Reeves, a senior at Great Bridge 
High School in Chesapeake ^ will 
be on hand. 




THE AMERICAN SHOWCASE, sponsored by Amcricaa Heritage raagarine, opened yesterday nM»^ 
at Pembroke MaU Shopping Center. The display is housed i» three traflem and ii free to the poMie. 
(Sun Photo by Moore) 



Meeting Postponed 

VIRGINIA BEACH - An award 
presentation banquet originally 
planned for tonight by t'.ie Virginia 
Beach Anglers Club has been post- 
poned until Oct. 20 due to the 
death of Virginia Beach sportsman 
Charlie Dant, who was presidait 
of the club. 

Dant died Monday morning at 
his home. Cause of death was 
attributed to a heart attack. Sim- 
iele Funeral Home is handling the 
arrangements. 

Even though the meeting was 
set back a week, State Sen. Will- 
iam P. Kellam will still be the 
guest speaker. 



History Exhibit On 
Display At Pembroke 



1966-67 D«0r Seaioits and limiflt 




VinGiiiN'j.\ BEACH - The 
Famous .American Shawcase 
ExhiJaition, sponsored by the 
American Heritage Magazine, is 
at Peinbroke MaU Swpping 
Center until October 18. The un- 
usual exhibits, in which 23 lead- 
ing Amfii^''n ;r.du.?trial firms 
participate, is open to the public 
through Friday L-om 10 a.m.. to 

9 p.m. and on Saturday from 

10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

Tnree large trailers are set iip 
directly in front of.thft. main 
entrance to the slicppdng; center. 

Tlie five-year tour began in 
Baltimore in May, 1966 and wiH 
travel to all corners of the United 
States in its tour, stopping in 
more than 200 major population 
areas. 

The organizatioiis participating 
sponsor adiibits relating to ihe 
historic backgroundo of their in- 
dustries and products. 

Admission to the three trailers 



IS free and no tickets are re- 
quired for admission. 

The educational value <d the 
exhibits has bewi so great that 
school children are brought to 
it in classes on official field trips. 
Jt has appealed to everyone, 
since the broad coverage of its 
subject matter nas "aomething 
for everyone," according to the 
sponsors of the exhibit. 

The purpose is to encourage a 
bread public interest in America's 
past by showing ho^v the history 
(A many familiar produots of to- 
day's industry lias been a part 
of the lAimerican ecradn^ 2nd 
heritage. 

The firms represented inclwle 
well-known industries, showing 
familiar products in ufe every 
day. and their past h^.-^agc and 
development. 

A private ^o^ving was^ heW tor 
city officials, newsmen and civic 
leaders prior to Uie ojjaiing of 
the exh&ition Wednesday 



November 21-December 3«a 
On* deer* per licenie yeari 
either sex on the first day 
only (buck! only Id Mont- 
gomery) ' 



^jj|J??^|^NoYember 21-December 3-Two deer* 
''*'''**''^'''"^ per license year, .bucks only 



JNovember 21-J*nuary 5--0ne deer* 
per license year, either tex on » 
the ilttt day only. 1 






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November 10-Jan«ary 5 --Two 
deer* per license year, one 
of which may be antlerless 

October 1-November 30-.Two deer* 



November 21 •-J'tfnuary 5 -•Two 
deer* per license year^ 
bucks only 

November 21 -January 5 --Two 
deer* per license year, one 
of which may be antlerless on 
first 5 hunting days only 
November 21 -January 5 --Two deei 
per license year, one of which 
may be antlerless 



per license year, one of which may 

be antlerlesi 

* JSucks with antlers visible above the hair except at 

■otherwise specified. 
HO MORS THAN OMS D££R MAY B£ TAKEN IN ANY ONE DAY 



1966-67 Robbit, Grouse and Quail Seasons and Limits 

i,|*<l>Ca 





Movtniber 7 -January 31 (Rabbits, Quail Ic Grouse) 



November 21 -January 31 (Rabbit* liCrouae} 
November 21 -February 15 (Quail) 

Kovembcr 21 -January IS (KabbiU)i November 2I< 
rebruary IS (Quail) 



BAG LIMITS 

Rabbits: 6 per day! T5 per licenie year. 
Grouse: 3 per day; 15 per license year. 
Quail: S pw day; 125 per license year. 



1966^ VIROINIA MlftRATORY GAME BIRD SEASONS AND UNITS 



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TIDEWATER NATIVE BRUCE HOWARD spoke to tbe Yirgiiila 
Beacli ^Mtrto Club at ils weekly meeting held at the Bbwk Ai^ns 
Tuesday. Howard, who attended Norfolk Catholic had a 9-5 seaaoB 
with the White Sox in 1966. At tlie nMettag Howard toU bow he 
was "discovered" by Sox nuuiager Al Lopez and hit tw« yean in 
the majors. (Sun Photo by Moore) * 



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VlpgJula feeach SUN, Thursday, October 1 3, 1 966 






'-*>' • NOftKE 

•To: The Q«dttors «rf Modd 901 
OofBoration: 

iMe Notice that at »:(I0 A.M. 
OS October SUt, MS. the uodn-- 
dfaed will request thiA die CircuU 
Oanrt of the dty of ^irgima Beach 
af|M^ a Rec«iver to ^tle the 
tMakn of said CkHporation. 



• UQA L NOTICES 

By: JAMES R. McKE3WY 
Br^rl^, Broyks & MdCeniy 
1369 Luidn Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia" 

> 10 IS IT 



COMMONWEALIH OF VIRGINU 

IN THE CLHUC'S OFFICE (F 
THE CIROJIT COURT OF TOE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



THE Uth DAY OF OCfTCffiER, 

1986. 

PATRJCIA RUTHEMXHU) CAR- 

R(»i.. Plaintiff, 
against 
WILLIAM EDWARD CARROLL, 

Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this is for tiie said 
plaintiff to obtain a divorce a 



LEGAL NOTICES 



Vinculo Matrinwnii frwn the said 
defendant, uppn the grounds of 
crflelty tantarnont to d^ertion. 

And an ^fidavit having been 
made and filed tfiat the defendant 
is not a residoit of Uie State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being; 337 Dayton St., 
Charleston, South Carolina, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 Item days after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what may 



• LEGAL NOTICE 



be necessiry to protect his Jitterest 
in this suit. 

A Copy Ttete: , 

JOmi V. FENTRESS, CTerk 
By: PHYLUS NEWMAN. D.C. 
Mary R. Speght, p. q. 
Board d Trade Bldg.. ,, 
Norfolk, Virginia 

10 13 4T 



NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 



• UOALNOfKB 



that pursuant to Sectiora 29^QS, 
»m and iMSn of the Code <^ 
Vii^inia, the Comndasion of Game 
and In^ Fidiaies on Septemba 
30. 1906 adopted the foQowbig 
Regulation. 

145. GOOSE 8B0OTMG BACK 
BAY AREA: It shall be unlawful 
to hunt geese and brant on Back 
Bay and its trtt>utaries and the 
marshes adjacent thereto, and on 




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KEEP PLAYING "3 of a KIND** AT A&P 

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HUNDREDSOFNEWWINNERS EV^ WEEK! 



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MRS. ESTHER KUHL— RICHMOND 
MRS. MOLLIE PEARSOh4— NOKESVIUE 
MRS. ANNIE C. DUDLEY— CHARLOnESVILLE 
MRS. ETHEL V. DEMARK— CHESAPEAKE 
MRS. A^BEl H. JONES— ROANOKE 
MRS. NATALIE MURPHY— FALMOUTH 
-V MRS. RUTH E. HALL— HAMPTON 



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Mr. Edward K TylM 
Mrt. R. T. ftracdcn 
Mr«. Rhodo SaHcrficId 
Mrs. JoMph W. Martin 
Mrs. Soliit Steward 
Mr«. T. H. CoH»v 
Mrs. Peochi* Goodrlck 



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Mrs. Mory Alter 
Mr. Gary Andersen 
Mrs. R. t. Simpson 
Mrs. Sroco C Harrli 
Mrs. Kat;« ChondlM 
Mr. lewis Myeri 
Mr. A. W Smith, Jr. 
Mrs. Clorence W. Nickels 
Mrs. Margoral Winga 
Mrs. lelio Sims 
Mr. A. C. Reo 
Mrt. C. Dei Vecchto 



Mn. Gaeigia Jodnen 
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Mn. Catharine Doniat 
Mrs. J. D. Waoyar 
Mr. Gornatt M. Hill 
Mrs. Nannie I. HastW 
Mrt. louise P. Boil 
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Mrs. Wiillom W Veil 
Mrs. Virginia Urguhoit 
Mr. Raymond C. King 
Mrs. Shirley Feerd 
Mr. C. M. Poleol 



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Mr. Horry C. Willis 
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Mr. Otis M. Hoialwood 
Mrs. Michael Carter 
Mrs. Uuro WIMiaiw 
Mr. Wlllloi" Ahnar 
Mrt. Sally Richordson 
UU. J. P. Vandorblll 
Mr. T. D. AUmH 
Mr. HensMn Goylerd 
Mn. Gladys Skinner 
Mr. A. C. Williomt 
Mn. lorliee Morliii 
Mr. C. H. Richord 
Mrs. Cotkeiina 

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Ml. luHier loye 
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Mn. Morilyn T. Greaa 
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and the man^eople like you? 

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where we started more than 100 years ago. 

That's why you're impi#lht. That's why we care so much 

about how we serve yc 

about being fair, honest^I dependable. 



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Mn. Dora 1. Kenon 
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Mn. R. A. Sheets, Jr. 
Mr. H. I. Curry 
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Mrs. Themes R, Rushlon 
Mn. Rito B Csllfin 
Mn. Reece Jordan 
Mr. Charles E. Bright, J». 
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Mn. P. R. Po«f 
Mrs. D. I. Cherry 
Mrs. Rosa I. Slrodet 
Mr. C. M. Poteot 
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Whole or 
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• liQAlNOIICIS 

and abng the ^res of Hotiti 
I^mdiiig River and mmbes adjac- 
ot thereto, and on and ak»g Uie 
diores of Lakes Tecians^ and 
Red Wing and the marshes adjac- 
oit thereto prior to the first day 
on which duck hunting is lawful. 

TUs shaU become effective No- 
vember 1, 1966. 
COMMISSION OF GAME AM) 

INLAND FISHERIES 
J. CargiU Johnson, Chairman 

10 13 IT 



Too Late to Classify 




1966 Corvette. 350 H. P. 4 speed 
transmission. White with saddle 
interior. Side mount exhaust. A.M. 
F.M. radio, heater, black top con- 
vertable. 4 months old. 8000 miles. 
4284130. 

10 13TFN 

Studio apartment — air condition- 
ed. Gas heat, utilities furnis'.ied. 
$75 monthly. Yearly rent. Conven- 
ient location. Call 428-3680 or 855- 
6881. 

10 13 4T 



Hampton Tour 

(Continued From Page lA) 

department of the city in the 
fiscal year. Theta workers have 
the re. Tons'bility of staging and 
advertising the tour, among theu" 
otlier duties. 

The initial amount also do;s not 
include the sen'lces of anployes 
of public works and other citv 
departments who work on phases 
of Qhi project. 

The City Manager of Hanroton 
said the city d'.>es not expect t^ 
take in an amount equal to the 
total cos't of tiie Hampton tour. 
Tour advertising formed the 
malor part of a fiscal expense 
of $40,198 in Hampton 

The City of Virginia Beach al- 
ready spends more than double 
that amount for advertising with- 
out an organized tour. A Vir- 
ginia Beach To'.jr is being studied, 
but matters are still in the pre- 
liminary stages. Cost factors, as 
well as attractions to be included 
on the proposed toiir, are being 
investigated. 

One high city official said, "I 
don't think we are ready for a 
tour yet." He added that many 
Virginia Beach historic attractions 
necS a, tot o| work before th'jy 
could be part of such a sightsee- 
ing tour. 



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NIATANIEL SEAMAN 

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RICHMOND - Nathaniel Bea- 
man, III has been elected a vice 
president and trust officer of First 
& Merchants National Bank. He 
will be in charge of the bank's 
trust services for Norfolk, Virginia 
Beach, Chesapeake, and Ports- 
mouth, Virginia. The announce- 
ment came from J. Phillips Cole- 
man, chairman, Robert L. Gordon, 
.Jr.. president, following a meeting 
of the bank's board of directors. 

Beaman will direct Trust De- 
partment activities from the bank's 
Norfolk office. Of First & Mer- 
chants 5Sr offices, 14 are located 
in the Tidewater area. 

A native of Norfolk, Beaman has 
b3en a practicing attorney there. 
He Cias been primarily engaged 
in the practice of prabate, trust, 
and corporate law. He was previ- 
ously engaged in banking when he 
was trust officer for the First Citi- 
zens Bank & Trust Company. Ra- 
leigh, North Carolina, and later 
was vice president in charge of 
the Trust Department of the Sauth- 
ern Bank of Norfolk. 

Bfeaman is a graduate of the 
Duke University School of Law. 
He previously attended the Nor- 
folk Academy, Staunton Military 
Academy and Virginia Military 
Institute. He saw service in the 
United States Navy as an officer 
on a destroyer m Uie Pacifk: The- 
atre, and he was recalled during 
the Korean Emergency and served 
as a naval intelligence officer. 

His memberships include the 
Norfolk Rotary Club, Norfolk Ex- 
ecutives Club, the English Speak- 
ing Union, the American Bar As- 
sociation, the Virginia Bar As- 
sociatioi}, the Norfolk and Ports- 
mouth Sar AssociatioB. t|)e Nor- 
folk Yadit and Country Club, the 
Chesapeake Bay Yacht lUftag 
Associatwn, the Norfolk Assembly, 
and Kappa Alpha and Phi Delta 
Phi Fraternities. 

He is married to the former 
EUizabeth Middleton Dashiell of 
Norfolk, and they have three chil- 
dren and attend St. Andrew's 
Episcopal Cliurch in Norfolk 
where he is a member,. of the 
Vestry. 

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VIRGINIA BEACH 



(Copyright. ISM — Dorln Pa4lrlrK- 



Gxtei^km Services — Part 3 



i'H CLUBS: 



We prieri the ladies loose from the bog of their hcuscwifey chorss 
and steered them dcwn the road to b3cciming homemaking exe.ytivas 
. . .now, would you believe, we have doing our hwnework on some 
slightly sensational literature that should blast you out of dullsville? 

This week's missile is directed toward you chicks ani hunks 
(with apologies to all teens for daring to b^EaSoot all over ysur Ijjg- 
uage!) 

Have you heard about the group called the 4 Hers? New that's a 
real swijiging set. . .doesn't take any bread to move in with them eithiu-. 

Back in the dark ages it was ju?t for the farmers, but not now. 

You've got wheels, haven't you? Like now, is tile timi to find cut 
v^hat's happening under that hood. (Automotive Care and Safety) 

You hang lots of cloth on that body, so why not make the scenery 
great? (Clothing, Wasliing and Ironing, Looking Your Best, Health, 
Leadership) 

You swingers might learn some shaking facts (Electrio) but you'll 
never get lost in the wood's (Forestry) 

You can learn how to get rid o! the pe;ti (Rcdsnt Control. . .not 
little brothers and sisters!) 

Don't let life bug you (Entomology, Beekeeping) 

Chicks and bunnies are groovy (Poultry, Egg Production, Jl^bbit 
Production) 

You can put pow in your pad (Home Improvement, Room, Furn- 
' ishings, Housekeeping) 

And wow in your wasteland (Garden, Home Ground Bcnutification, 
Soil Conservation, Wildlife. Lawn Mower Power Equipment) 

Your goofs will be at a minimum when you go-go (Money Manage- 
ment, Career Exploration) 

Indulge in a wild life (Beef, Sheep, Swine, Horse and Pony Care, 
Dog Care) 

There is a great movement out in the fields (Hay, Pastures, Small 
Grain, Soybeans, Potatoes, Strawberries. Tractor) 

And life can be a snap (Photography) 

So give a buzz to the Ag Agent; he can clue you in on all the de- 
tails. 

Sorry about that. . ■ 




LST Gets Burke Trophy 



Lirn^ NECJK— An Admiral Ar- 
leigh Burke trophy, awarded to the 
one Atlalitic Fleet sliip that shows 
the most improvement in battle 
readiness, was presented recently 
to the tank landing ship USS York 
County (LST-1175). 

Hard working improvement that 
!ift2d ttie York County from eighth 
to first in Amphibious Squadron 
Eight and won it six other awards 
helped the Little Creek-bassd ship 
take the 30" bronze plaque. 

The Admiral Arleigh Burke tro- 



PLEDGINO A MONTHLY DONATION - Navy Captain Herbert T. 
King, whose wife Ruth and family Uves at 1032 P;<=»'^;«>' R«;»J; 
Virrinla Beach, chats with school officials after nu.klng the first of 
a pn,mised 5.(K)0 piaster monthly donation ^ aid the Elementary 
ScLl for Blind Gifls In Saigon. The Captain is Commander of the 
** Naval Support ActlvHy. Saigon, which is helping the school in a civ- 
ic action program. He discusses school problems with Miss Gene- 
vieve Caulfleld. an American adviser at the school, and is drector. 
MrrPho-thl-Lang-Tai. Miss Caulfield. herself blind, was instrnnen- 
Uta getting the'school started in 1958. She has been awarded a 
cerfficate of merit by President Johnson for her work on behalf «rf 
Se h^dicapped ta Southeast Asia. The girls were present at the 
Captain's presentation. 

Navy In Action - Civic, That Is 

sailors who volunteered to help out. 
Captain Herbert T. King, Ben- 
nettesville, S. C, Commander of 
the activity, heard about the pro- 
ject and gave it full command 
ble-sing. 

Navy Day 
Proclaimed 

VIRGINIA BEACH— In coopera- 
tion with Oceana Naval Air Sta- 
ion, tiie city of Virginia Beach will 
obssrvo Oct. 27. 1966, as Navy 
Day, according to a proclamation 
by Mayor Frank A. Dusch. 

The Virgmia Beach observance 
will be in accord with the Navy 
Day programs of other cities 
acroffi the nation and will fall on 
Thursday of tl:e Oct. 22-29 Navy 
Week. 

Sponsored by Uie Navy League 
of America. Navy Day has be- 
come an annual oeld)ration. de- 
signed to honor the men who 
serve their ctmnt-'y in, under, and 
above the seas. Navy Day has 
b^en celebrated in cities across 
the nation since 1S22 when it was 
first instituted 

D.'ring the week. iJie Navy 
mskes speak-rs available for 
cinurch, school, and civic organiza- 
t ons efforts are made to ^w the 
Naw in the light of its conunun- 
ity role, and Navy own are en- 
couraged to wear their un)f(Mim 
to public ev«»ts. 

"The theme for this year's Navy 
Day observance is U. S. Navy- 
Marie of alfeffi. 



S.AIGON, VIETNAM - Pledging 
money, time and labor, the men 
of the Naval Support Activity, Sai- 
gon (NAVSUPP.\CT), are pitching 
in to help a school for blind girls 
in this Capital City. 
' The Elementary School for Blind 
Girls. 1 Nguyen Trai. is home for 
la young Vietnamese girls who are 
being taught to make the'r way in 
life as well as learning basic edu- 
ational matters. 

The Naveymen are using spare- 
time on weekends to clean and 
paint the school, inside and out. 
Plans call for building additional 
rooms onto the school to alleviate 
crowed waiditions and allow for a 
larger student load. 

Borrowing a technique from the 
familiar Community Chest drives, 
the relatively small command has 
set up a pledge system to get 
money to finance this and other 
civic action projects. _ 

over 50,000 piasters <^ffi Ameri- 
can) have been pledged on a 
monthly basis. Five thousand pbs- 
ters are earmarked for monthly 
donation to help support the girls 
at the school. 

An added wrinkle in the pledge 
prc^ram is a volunteer labor 
chase. 

Ill addition to the work and the 
money, the men are being encour- 
aged to visit the school during the 
week to help teach the little ladiss 
English. 

The needs of the schcol were 
discovered by Utilities Man "ItHrd 
Class Bruce Hetzd. Englewood. 
N. J., who works in the NAVSUP- 
PACT public works departmait. 
The Seabee brought the aibject up 
io aeverid Oihee NAV^X^ACT 



F&M Offering 
'Best Seller' 



VlRGiNL\BEACH-It may be a 
sign of the times when a book on 
-Family Money Management be- 
comes a conservative "best seller" 
n many Virginia cities. 

First & Merchants National Bank 
bigan offering the book on Sep- 
l.nr.bsr 19 at $2.00 a copy. They 
naw report that the book is sold 
out te.tiporaraily. They ara taking 
orders for the. books, as the first 
printing went much faster than an- 
:icipated. Officials at I'.ie bank 
have jeen busy expediting continu- 
ing shipments that are a/.-iving 
slower than the public demand. 

Officials guiding the program 
find themselves in the awkward 
position of being too successful. 
Anticipating a few days when the 
books will not in supply, the bank 
is making "sold out" announce- 
ments now and requesting that 
oopie^e reserved far future de- 
livery. 

The book itself is a complete 
planning guide with details to help 
families attain financial goals. Ac- 
cording to the bank's president, 
Robert L. Gordon, Jr., it is part of 
a program designed to "add mile- 
:.g2 to family spending money." 

"Properly managed, earnings 
can bs stretched to provide much 
.nore for families Who plan proper- 
"y," said Gordon. 

iBank oflicials had stated earlier 
u:at there had bsen much interest 
and need for help on tiiis subject 
by the public. No One, however, 
realized that the public's reaction 
would be quite so dramatic. 

It was pointed out that current 
relatively high incomes oft«j from 
multiple wage earners in a family, 
have .created -an afffoertT'soaietjf 
but with paradoxically "well-to- 
Jo." needy people. Money prd> 
Ifms are increasingly apparent in 
families of the middle to upper in- 
c'<^me brackets. 

The Money Managem«it sect- 
ion oif fie book is k?ycd to help 
a family analyze expenditures and 
put actual spending h?bits in clear 
perspective. It explains how to set 
.up and use a "reserve fund" to 
accumulate money needed for 
large expenses like insurance pre- 
miums, taxes, medical bills, long- 
range improvemeints. It supplies 
all the forms necessary to set up 
simple procedures for proper 
management of family finances. It 
advises on the proper use of 
checking and savings accounts and 
credit obligations. 

Other sections of the book pro- 
vide help in keeping comprehens- 
ive personal records, family assets 
and liabilities, and data for proper 
tax accounting. 



phy and a Battle "E" award^that 
symbolizes York County's first 
place finish among nine PhibRon 
Eight ships were presented at Lit- 
tle Creek by Vice Admiral Charles 
K. Duncan, Commander Amptiibi- 
ous Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet. 

Lieutenant Commander Robert 
P Lenahan of Brooklyn, N.Y., was 
relieved as commanding officer oi 
the York County following presen- 
tation ceremony by Lieutenant 
Com.-nander Kenneth L. Wright, 
Jr., of Detroit, Mich. 

Th? Admiral Arleigh Burke tro- 
phy is named after a three-tour 
Chief of Naval Operations who sug- 
gested such a trophy as a means 
of recopizing and encouraging 
combat readiness improvement. 
One ship in the Atlantic and anoth- 
2r in the Pacific can win the 
award each year. 

A "can do" spirit spurred the 
ship's rise. It was already for un- 
expected deployments, cheerfully 
hosted VliPs, and accomplished 
vard-ty'pe repairs after a collision 
at sea. When crewman voluntarily 
painted late at night for a New 
York visit, the ship was called by 
one admiral "the smartest ship 
I've seen come into this harbor." 

Departmental awards won by 
the York County during the past 
competitive year are the Amphibi- 
ous Assault Award, its third 
straight Engineering "E", Opera- 
tions "E", Supply "E" and Com- 
munications "C". 

"The Amphibious Force is ex- 
tremly proud of your achieve- 
ment," Admiral Duncan told the 
LST's crew this morning. "Not on- 
ly because you out-performed ev- 
jry other ship of every type in the 
Atlantic Fleet, but also because 
being combat ready is our sole 
purp'ose inlldng." 

The admiral also noted the 
ship's rising reenlistment rate, its 
attainment of the squadron's high- 
est grade in operational readiness, 
and its lOO'i completion of com- 
petitive exercises 

Admiral Duncan also presented 
Lt. Cmdr. Lenalian with a lett?r 
of commendation for his "outstand- 
ing performance in stimulating and 
directing the ship's battle readi- 
ness improvement." 

Saying tiis crew need yield to 
no other ship, Lt. ,Cmdr. Lenchan 
especially commended "those 
cmNvmembiers who seldon get re^ 
ognition for the fine jcb they do, 
and the families who have given 
us such great backing." 

One of tiie wives returned the 
compliment to the ship while ex- 
amining the fleet trophy later, 
"I'm proud of them anway, tro- 
phy or no trophy," she said, hold- 
the arm of her husband Seaman 
Larry Frame. 

Lt. Cmdr. Lenahan, who was 
recently selected for promotion to 
commander will not report to the 
staff of Commander Second Fleet. 
He and his family live in Virgmia 
Beach. 

Lt Cmdr. Wright reported to 
the Yoric County from Saigon 
where he was Akie and Flag Sec- 
retary to Commander U. S. Naval 
Forces, Vietnam. He lives with his 
family in Virginia Beach. 

"York County has been heard 
from. She will be heard from 
again," Lt Cmdr. Wright prom- 
ised. 



ViRoiniA Beach Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1966 

SEaiONB 





USS OKINAWA RECEIVES SAFETY AWARD — The Admiral Flat ley Memonai Award for snpertor performance In aviation safety wa? -^ 
presented to the amphibous assault ship USS Okinawa (LPH 3) Tues day, October 11. Thp CHdnawa recorded 5,441 consecutive safe laodinKi.. 
In fiscal year 1966 to wb> top rank In safety among both Atlantic and Pacific amphibious assault ships. Presentation of the awbrd took 
place aboard the Okinawa at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Norfolk Naval S tation. Besides winning this year's safety award, the Okinawa has 
earned three straight Air Department "Es"', the Engineering "E" and the 'Amphibious Assault Award for overall e?icellence in competi- 
tive exercises. Under the pressure of numerous exercises in the Caribbean, the Oktaiawa registered a continuous string of safe landtags. 
Upon return from the CarllAean the Okinawa received recognition for Intra-operattonal evaluatton of the CH-4jBA, a new helicopter being 
extensively ta Viet Nam. Each year the trophy is presented to aviation units and commands with the most outstanding safety achieve- 
ment marks. The award is named for the late Admiral James H. Flat ley, former commanding officer of the Naval aviation Safety Center 
here and of Naval Ah- Station Norfolk. 



AROUND THE 
OLD DOMINION 



The C^ty °f Newport News is 
seeking bids on 8 new air condit- 
ioned police cars. The City Mana- 
ger said that studies have shown 
air eandltioning of police cars 
adds to efficiency. D^ILY PRESS. 



Representative Watkins M. Ab- 
bitt has promised to do "every- 
thing possible" to attract a new 
autonMted shipyard for the Tide- 
water area to bz built in Chesa- 
peake. CHES.\PEAKE POST. 



Although no organized opposit- 
ion has yet materialized to the 
unveiling of Alexandria's new 
Waterfront Plan, the plan has been 
met with silence, shock, disbelief 
and bewiderment from the resi- 
dential and business community. 
The plan, on which a public hear- 
intg will be held Oct. 25,' would 



build high-rise apartments and 
townhouses on the waterfront. 
JOURNAL^T.\NDARD. 



MAYOR Frank A. Dusch 
DESlGNATfNG SUNDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1968 

AS 

"MUNOARIi\N FRiBEDOM FIGHTERS' DAV" 

IN Vlrghila Beadi, Va. 

Whereas the peojHe of tiie City of Vlrghiia Beach are syTt^athetic 
toward the efforts of the people of Hungary to free thentselves from 
the chains of consnuni^ totalitarianism; and 

Whereas we, in America are reminded of our commimient to the 
I purpose of the HiHigarian Revdutwn by the pre-«u;e of nearly fifty 
thousard refugees within our borders: and 

Whereas we are mindful of the memory erf several thousand Hungar- 
ian freedom fighters who died in their a^mpt to win freedom m the 
fall of 1955, and of cocntkss thousands of himan beii^b who were 
jailed or deported after the Soviet forces overran Hungary again, and 

Whereas we have stark ^vidoice that, despite tbs clainK by Hun- 
garian comnHmlats to the omtrary, not one d the goa'S of human 
freedom which the Hui^arian natioi fou^ for in 1953 have beai real- 
ized — evkknce that is w^ ilhiitrated by the fence of ba:bed wire 
sui rouTidii^ Iftii^ary to<tey, in' plain view d the free peoples of the 
work!, and 

Whereas October 23, 1936 will nark Ae tenth annh^w-ary of the day 
that the people of Hungary vam their freedcm, later to be crushed by 
the Iwiitai powCT of the Soviet Aitny: 

NOW "mEREFORE I Frank A. Dust^ MA\'C« of the CITY OF 
Va. Beach. Va. DO HEREBY P1«XXlAIM SUNDAY. 0CTO3EIR 23. 1965 
AS "}RJ>»>«!AN FREEDOM FIGHTERS' DAY" and ut^t thst all of 
our citizens pay special tra»Ae ki these toyal and twave peofrfe. 

IN WfTNISS W^atBOF. Ifcave hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Sea) (rf the Oty of Vi. Beat*. Va. to b^ affuccd tlus, thMO, 
day of Sept. 1966 in the y«ir of Cor Lord, one Aousand mne hundred i 
gndaxty-mx. / 

A.DiMcb 
MkYOU 



Jones Heads 
Heart Drive 



Louis R. Jones, President of 
HoUomon-Brown Funeral Home, 
has been named General Campaign 
Director for the 1957 Tidewater 
Heart Fund Drive by Dr. Alvin 
Margolius, Tidewater Heart As- 
sociation President. 

Mr, Jones headed the Norfolk 
Heart Fund Drive in 1966. He is 
presently serving as a Deacon of 
the Royster Memorial Presbyter- 
ian Church; a member of the Ruth 
Lcd^ A.F. & A.M., Khedive Tem- 
ple, Norfolk Shrine Club, Kiwanb 
Club, Ocean View Lodge No. 163, 
Knight of Pytdians, Norfolk Real 
Estate Board, Norfolk Chamber cf 
Conunerce, Tovs for Tots Project 
Norfolk Fire Division and Nor- 
fo'k Executive Club. 

Io accepting leadership of the 
1937 Heart Campaign, Jone> stated 
that ha fe:d "proud and happy to 
work again with the Many Tide- 
water Heart Volunteers." He is 
convincel "that the Heart Fund 
represents one cf the soundest in- 
vesanents to be made in .America's 
future." "I Ifiii*. " said Jones, 
"that the o^^ning of the Tidewater 
Heart Association— Tazewell Tay- 
kw, Jr. Memorial Cardiopulmonary 
L^wratory" shows that we are 
miridiig a sound investment in the 
fi^ against cardiovascular di- 
mtae right here in '^de^«'ate^ and 
Aat tiie dnve for continued support 
of thk (8(|'Uy as well as other 
HMfft Aawciatnn projects will 
toAe 1M7 atndy aigitficarH Heart 
F^!id;«ar." 



A 23-member board of dlrcctws 
h^s been named for a proposed 
private school for Southampton 
County and the city of Franklin. 
The school was recently granted a 
charter. The all-wtiite private 
schools to be nanricd Southampton 
Academy. TIDEWATER NEWS. 



The field of eight has reportsdly 
been narrowed down to three for 
prcspective appointments to the 
two available federal judgeships in 
Eastern Virginia. The three are 
Virginia Beach Circuit Judge Rich- 
ard B. Kellam. Portsmouth lawyer 
John A. MacKenszie and Robert 
R. Merhighes. Jr.. of Richmond. 
RICHMOND TIMES^DISPATCH. 



ABC and ATU agents raided a 
600-gallon submarine-type still and 
arrested two men as they prepared 
to "fire up" their operation in 
Franklin County. The still was lo- 
cated behind an old collapsed 
building in a wooded section. "Rie 
still and its contents were de- 
stroyed. FR\N.KLIN NEWS-POST. 



State Senator Leslie D. Canp- 
bell, Jr. of Ashland, stated that he 
will not support the candidacy of 
Dtmocratic no.iiinee George Rawl- 
ing? to the House of Representa- 
tives from his 8th District. Camp- 
heW is a Democrat serving the 
26tCi State Senatorial District. 
WESTMORELAND NEWS. 



Hopes for an early start on con- 
struction of a new 125-bed build- 
ing for Northampton-.'Vccomack 
Memorial Hospital were dimmed 
when contractor bids were opened. 
The lowest base bid was almoit a 
million dollars aiwve most expec- 
tations. E.\STERN SHORE NEWS. 



Three pending annexation cases, 
, in which county residents are pe 
I tioning to be annexed by the city 
j of Rjanoki received a hearing in 
I Roanoke Cojnty Court. The County 
I now has 21 days to make a 
' thorougi investigation into the 
matter. TIMES-REGiSTiat. 



A $2.3 million school building 
program and a new junior hi^ 
school svstem have beei proposed 
tor Hanover County in a Zl-pt^ 
report from a state survey cmn- 
mittee. It a now being studied and 
will be discussed soon t^ ti^ Han- 
over Board of St^wrvoors and 
School Board. mRMJyfBO- 
G£iSS. 



New Telephone Offered Sooip 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The ph(*e 
of the future that fits the palm (rf 
the hand will be available on or 
after October 17 for subicribers of 
the Chesapeake and Potornac Tele- 
phone C:mpany of Vkginia. , 

It is appropriately named the 
"Trimline'' phone, and it is totally 
different in lo:.ks, operation, and 
convenience. 

Lift the Trimline handset and the 
lighted dial ccm:s to the individual 
using the phone. 

The phone itsv^lf has a sculptured 
appearance with smooth lines 
wuich hides the dial neatly into 
the underside of tiie cradle of the 
handset when not in i;se. The new 
Trimline phone fits comfortably in 
out of the way places in the kitch- 
en, den, bedroom, or where ever it 
is needed. 

Bloodmobile 
Visit Friday 

VIRGINIA BEACH-In les§ than 
a year, from July 1965 to .April 
19«, the General Hospital of Vir- 
ginia Beach has u.sed 809 pints of 
blood which averages out to about 
80 pints a month. 

Ttie Red Cross Bloodmobile tries 
to supply this much each month. 
Very seldon, if ever, is the quota 
met. 

But they keep trying. 

Friday, Oct<*er 14, the Blopd- 
mobik will make its monthly visit 
to the hospital and will be accept- 
ing volunteer donors from no(m till 
8 D m. in the hospital cafeteria. 



When ttie Trimline is being used 
and a conversation is completed 
thrcLgh the-i^3 of a "recall" but- 
ton near thj dial, the line is clear- 
ed for a succeeding call without 
rraci-.ing to depress a plunger as 
is on the present phone. 

The new phone will come in two 
models— desk and wall sets.Tha 
diik s;;t will be available in w4iii2, 
beige. turqoui.=e, pink, and blue. 
The wall su :s available in the 
same cabrs except turquoise. 

Since th's is an optioral tele^ 
phone £?rv:ce, C&P business off- 
ices will tzki orders for the Trim- 
line phone beginning Octcb;r 17 
and will install them at local in- 
stallation intervals. 

The Trmline has undergone a 
number of market trials before k 
was first introduced last year to 
customers of the Michigan Bell 
Telephone Company. Since that 
lime it has been gradually intro- 
duced throughout the Bell System 
Cmnpanies to meet the demands of 
cUitomers as requested. 

The "Trimline" is an optional 
telephone service with a non-re- 
curring charge of $5.00 and a rate 
cf $1.25 a month, per phone. These 
charges are in addition to be es- 
tablished .service connection and^ 
change charges. 

The new telephone has a ^ace 
saver dial-smaller than the con- 
ventional dial-having no space be- 
tween the "1" and the "0" hdes. 
^ A touch-tone Trimline is availa- 
blf% However, not every exchange 
and central office is equipped to 
handle touch -tone telephone. Tfe 
business office of CAP should- i»i» 
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itv in any exchange district. 




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LYNNHAVEN - "Open House" 
will be held at the Lynnhaven Ele- 
mentary School on Tuesd^, Oct. 

Following a brief business meet- 
ing cf the parents and friends will 
be invited to visit the classrooms 
and in the Library. Refreshments 
will be served at tiie conclusaon of 
the evaiing. 

An award will be presented to the 
class which has the largest per- 
centage of parents joining at this 
meeting. 

Membere of the executive board 
and committees for the 1936-67 
year include: Mrs. W. B. Taylor. 
Sr., president; Mrs. William Ban- 
croft, 1st vice president; Ted 
Shealy, second vice president; 
Mrs. John Naugle, recording sec- 
retary; Mrs. J. p. Johnson, corre- 
sponding secretary; Ken Newcome, 
parliamentarian; Mrs. Dave Shep- 
pard, historian; L. B. Madiey, 
treasurer; Mrs. Paul Coussens, 
membership; Rev. Herbert Hobbs, 
program-spiritual; Mrs. Ernest 
Cross, rot>m mothers, .Mrs. .Dia- 
mond Franklin, hospitality; 'Mt- 
jqise stamps, Mrs. John De Cos^. 
Kvtivs aind nveans. ErSst'Qioss; 
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King's Daughters Union Is 
Formed In Virginia Beach 




Winner's oMcially opeaed Ite third ano sewest women's specialty shop in tlie Pembroke Mall on Mon- 
day morning with a rHilion cutting ceremray performed by Albin Mailhes, executive director ot Vir- 
ginia Beach Chamber of Ccunmerce. Dignitaries present inchided Gene A. Robens, general manager 
of Oie shopi^g center witii Horace A. CisMa, Frederick Napcriitano, and Mr. and Mrs. St.ni WUlner. 
(Sun I4ioto by Padrid) 



VIRGINIA BEAOT-The King's 
Daughters C% Union of Virginia 
Beach came into official being 
Thursday afternoon with dedication 
ceremonies and installation oi of- 
ficers. 

Mrs. W. B. Marshall of Front 
Royal, Virginia State President of 
the international branch of King's 
Daughters,' installed the initial of- 
ficers in a candlelight ceremcwiy. 

The reception was held in the 
North Bay Shore bwne of Mrs. 
Earle Van Buskirk. Representing 
the City of Virginia Beach at the 
reception were Oty Manag^ W. 
Russell Hatchett and Mrs. kidney 
KeUam. 

., The officers installed were Mrs. 
John F. Winn, II, President; Mrs. 
Joi-eph C. Jett, First Vice-Presi- 
dent; Mrs. Archie A. Antrim, Sec- 
Vice-President; Mrs. James Beas- 
ley. Treasurer; Mrs. William H. 
Darden, Assistant Treasurer; Mrs. 
William Fenner. Recording Secre- 
tary; Mrs. D. D. Moore, Assistant 
Recording Secretary; Mrs. William 
Huck, Corresponding Secretary. 
The officers also compose the 
Board of Directors. 

The Virginia Beach King's 
Daughters is the State's fifth. The 
others are located in Norfolk, 
Richmond, Roanoke and Staunton. 

Members of three circles com- 
prise the nucleus union in Virginia 
Beach. They are Cape Henry, 
Seasprite and Cavalier circles 
with a total membership of 97. 

As an international organization. 
King's Daughters is a volunte» 



service group which works for hu- 
mnity, with enq)hasis on mainte- 
nance of hospitals, clinics and 
nursing care. 

The overall aim of this latest 
union in VirgnHa Beach will be 
to purchase specialized equpment 
for the new General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach. 



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Post 66 Elects 
Reps. And Officers 



VIRGINIA BE.\CH - Vne Bay 
Scouts of 'Anierica Exptorer Post 
68 has held New Charter Year 
elections of PcBt officers. The new 
officers will be installed on Octo- 
ber 17, 1966. Ray Skinner II was 
elected president; vice president 
of the Post 'is Tommy Wilson; 
Tern Zebrowski is the new secre- 
tary, Ernie Seiderman is treasur- 
er, and the new quartemaster is 
Jc'in Brandt. 

Explorer Post 66 also elected 
Chris Bram and John Barba- as 
Cabinet Representatives to the 
District Ebcpbrer Cabinet. 

E. D. Cummings. Advisor for 
the Post, stated that the Explorer 
Scouts meet ever>- first and third 
Monday at Emmanuel Episcopal 
Church in KempsviUe. Meetin; 
tkne is 7:30 and newcomers are 
welcome. Post 66 specializes in ad 
vertising, public relations and pub- 
licity. 



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'The Mousetrap': 
Tryouts Set 

VIRGDiIlA BEACH - Virginia 
Beach Littl^ Theatre will hold try 
outs for its second show of the sea- 
son, "The Mousetrap'', on Sunday, 
October 16 at 2:30 p.m., and Mon- 
day October 17, at 8 p.ni. at the 
Courtyard Playhouse. 

This Agatha Christie mystery, 
wdieh broke all records by the 
length of its run on the Londan 
stage, will be given six perform- 
ances, December 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 
and 11. 

Director Geo Williams has an- 
nounced that he will need three 
women and five men for the cast. 
Each of the eight parts if of al- 
most equal length and importance 
with no distinct "lead" roles. 

Ttie Courtyard Playhouse is lo- 
cated on 17th street between At- 
lantic and Pacific avenues. 

Current production at the Play- 
house is "Brigadoon" which will 
be given six more performances 
on October 14 15, 16, and 21, 22, 
23. 



'The Threepenny Opera' Opens 
Norfolk Little Theater Run 



NORFOLK— Several veterans of 
Virginia Beach theatrical and mus- 
cal productions are playing in "The 
Threepenny Opera" at the Norfolk 
Little Theatre. 

The Kurt Wdll-Bertolt Brecht 
musical, a hit Off Broadway in 
the 1950s, opened Friday, Oct. 7, 
at the theatre for a nine-night run 
for season subscribers. It will re- 
turn Cfct. 2R-30 for the general 
public. 

Ttieresa Worrall, of 705 Trio 
Lane, Virginia Beach, is playing 
Jenny, the old flame of the play's 
gangiter hero, Mack the Knife. 
Married to a Navy lieutenant sta- 
tioned at Little Creek, Mrs. Wor- 
rall has sung with the Elk's Chor- 
um and the Civic Chorus at Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Her experience also includes 
"The Girls in 509", "Waltz of the 
Torreadors" and "Stop the World 
-I Want to Get Off" for the Vir- 
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"Gypsy", "Sound of Music" and 
"Gigi" for Suiraner Sands. 

The female lead in "Stop the 
World" was played by Ann Fulch- 
er of Norfolk. Ann plays Polly 
Peaohuni, who marries Mack the 
^ife. Her mother in "Threepenny 
Opera" is played by Vii^inia Nor- 
ton of Norfolk, who played in "An- 
nie Get Your Gun" at the Sum- 
mer Sands. 

Barbara Eifeerg, who plays 
Lucy Brown, another of Mack's 
flames, sang the role of Carrie in 
the SiHiuner Sands production of 
"Carousel" and also appeared in 
"Gypsy." 

Another Virginia Beach resi- 
dent, Linwood Flora, 1259 Pros- 
perity Road, appears as Filch in 
"Threepenny Opera." He atended 
Kellam Hi^ School. 

Bill Goffred, who attended Vir- 
ginia Beach High School is a 
member of Mack the Knife's gang. 
He was pianist 'for "Showboat," 
produced by the Virginia Beach 
Civic Chorus, and was in the chor- 
us of "Bye Bye Birdie'' at the 
Summer Sands. 

Others in the cast include Lewis 
Herring as Mack; Toby Stephens 
as Mr. Peachum; Harry Reid as 
the street singer; Gene Kanter as 
Tiger Brpwn; Jim Welch as the 
Rev. Kimball; John Sloan as 
Smith and various gang members, 
girls and beggars. 

Stan Fedyszn, Norfolk Little 
Theatre managing director is di- 
recting "Threepenny Opera" and 
Bob Kriner is musical director. 

Information and tickets are 
available from the box office, open 
daily at 3 p.m. 



Revenues Up 



CAPE CHAiRL£S — Septembw 
toll revenues on the Qiesapeake 
Bay Brid^Tunnel mcreased 2% 
over September of last year on a 
0.1% increase in traffic, Execu- 
tive Director J. Clyde Morris re- 
ported today. 

Morris said the rise came from 
increases in the numbers of buses, 
trucks and passengers using the fa- 
cility. Bus traffic was up 6'/., 
trucks up 2.4% and passengers up 
3.3, '/, while passenger car traffic 
was off 0.5%. 

Morris pointed out that 16 miles 
of new four-lane divided highway 
is expected to open next month on 
U.S. 13 nortfi of the Bridge-Tunnel 
on Virginia E^astern Shore. The 
new construction bypasses a num- 
ber of small towns and completes 
dualization of all but 10 miles of 
the route between New York and 
the Bridge-Tunnel. , 

The Executive Director also not- 
ed that winter liours went into ef- 
fect Oct. 3 for the Bridge-Tunnel's 
fishing pier and snackbar, located 
on one of the crossing's four man- 
made islands. The snackbar will 
operate from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 
through next May 1. , 

SeptenAer traffic of 103,578 ve- 
hicles broke down into 85,163 pas- 
senger vehicles, 16,214 trucks and 
2,2!01 buses, with 188,974 paying 
passengers contributing to total 
toll revenue for $670,182. Figures 
for Septembsr, 1965, were 85,605 
passenger vehicles, 15,833 trucks, 
2,076 buses, 103,514 total vehicles, 
183,005 paying passengers, and 
$857,258 toll revenues. 



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Donald A. Lips, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Albert- H. Lips of 636 
Kellam rd.; Stanley M. Hooper, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin M. 
Hooper of 636 Sirine ave.; and 
Karl W. Rawl, Jr., son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Karl W. Rawk of 279 Toy 
ave., all Marine Reserve Privates, 
were graduated from' eight weeks 
of recruit training at the Marine 
Corps Recruit Depot. Paris Island, 

S.C. 

* ♦ ♦ 

Machinery Repairman Fireman 
William P. Congdon, USN, son of 
Mr .and Mrs. Paul E. Congdon of 
1808 Perrel st, is serving aboard 
the Amphibious Force Flagship 
McKinley which has returned to 
its homeport of San Diego after a 
six-month deployment to the West- 
em Pacific in the Seventh Fleet. 

* * * '■ 

Marine Private Daniel M. Haley, 
son of Mr. andMrs. Willie E. Ha- 
ley of 886 Romney lane, was 
graduated from eight we^ of 
recruit training at the Marine 
Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Isl- 
and, S.C. 

* « * 

Airman Richard A. Anderson, 
USNR, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus 
Anderson of 705 Yorkshire dr., has 
completed the Aviation Mechanical 
Fundamentals School at the Nav- 
al Air Technical Training Center 

in Memphis Tain. 

* * ♦ 

Hospital 1/c Thomas S. Hill, 
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 
W. Hill of 425 Duplin St., is serving 
aboard the auxiliary ocean tug 

Tillamook. 

* « ♦ 

Seaman Recruit Timothy G. 
Martin, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Vincent E. Martin, Sr. of 600 Tyson 
rd., has been graduated from 
nine weeks of Navy basic trauung 
at the Naval Training Center, 

Great Lakes. Illinois. 

* * * 

Seaman Recruit Ronnie D. Gun- 
ther, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert A. Gunther of 2916 Cessna 
dr., has been graduated from nine 
weeks of Navy basic training at 
tha Naval Training Center, Great 
Lakes, Illinois. 

4> <» * 

Chief RadicBnan Howard F. 
Sparks, USN. son of Mrs. Martin 
J. Berube of 3740 Colonial Park- 
way, is a ci'ewmember of the Fleet 
Ballistic Missile Nuclear Powered 
Submarme George Washington, 
V'hich has returned from her 18th 

Polaris deterrent partol. 

* * * 

First Lieutenant James M. 
Wood, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 
James M. Wood of 1404 Alanton 
dr., is on duty at Da Nang AB, 
Vietnam as a material facilities 
officer. 

Airman James L. Rea, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Rea of 
3784 Jefferson blvd.. has been se- 
lected for technical training at ^n- 
ariUo AFTB, Tex., as a U. S. Air 
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ialist. 

* * * 

Airman 1/c Ernest Lee is now 
on duty with U. S. combat air 
force* in Southeast Asia. He is the 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lee, 
Sr. d itoa Frost Rd.. and is as- 
signed to a forward combat base 

as an air policanan. 

* * • 

Airtnan Leslie C Collins, Jr.. 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. Col- 
lins of 728 Houdon lane, has been 
selected for technical training at 
Lowry AFB. Colo., as a U. S. Air 

Force munitions specialist. 

* * * 

Midshipmen Fourth Classes Ern- 
est G. Davis, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. James J. Davis, Jr. of 3712 
Edinburgh drive; Dale B. Gai^?, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. 
Gange of 2TO5 W. Leland Dr.; 
John A. Gillcrist, Jr., son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John A. Gillcrist of 1405 
Berkshire lane; Bruce J. Gregor, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. 
Gregor of 2380 Great Neck circle; 
James L. McClane, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jos^ L. McClane, Jr.. 
of 5045 Finn rd.; and Oliver H. 
Perry, III, son <rf Mr. and Mrs. 
(Miver H. Perry, Jr. of 508 TTialia 
rd. have all eiAeted the Naval 
Academy's Brigade of Midshipmen 
upon completion of nine weeks of 
intensive summer training at An- 
napolis, Md. 

* * • 

Marine Lance Corporal Joseph 
C. Hogge, Jr., son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Joseph C. H<^e of 220 Great 
Neck rd., is a monber of the 
Second BattaUon, Twenty-Sixth 
Marines, whichis manning defens- 
ive positions ten miles southwest 
of Da Nang. 



Storekeeper 3/c Dennis C, Rick- 
er, USNR. son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert C. Ridter of 469 Barcelona 
Ln.. is serving with the U. S. 
Naval Mobile Ckmstruction Bat- 
talion Seven, deployed in Vietnam. 



Airman Apprentice Wflliam L. 
Morgan. USNR. son of Lester R. 
Morgan of 196 Greenkemp rd.. has 
completed 28 days of training the 
recruit phase of the Navy's "Four 
to Ten Month" active duty at \he 
Naval Au- Reserve Training Unit 
at Monphis. Tenn. 




James Gamer and Suzanne Pleshette form a romantic and dramatic 
duo in "Mister Buddwing," Metro-Goldwyn-^Mayer's exciting and 
suipen&eful film, revolving al>out a man desperately trying to trace 
his pest, and Uie four women in his life. The outstanding cast also 
stars Jean Simmons, Katharine Ross and Angela Lansbury under 
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Ctttitli MHiwcfrtrd bs nav said- 
«inr nil .« ta^f»«%ive S3rvke 
b|M 9tflkif rfleraooa. Octob^ 1 
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giAs a gathered ca^egatiaii 
around the tatde. 

»ay!ake Methodist Church heM 
its first worship service in Oceaa 
Park Fire D?parUn«it with s^>out 
ffi people presait and Reverend E. 
Fay Bennea was pastor in 198S. 

In Lhe ten years fallowing, *s 
growth has been co.nstant and 
piica'jmenal. 

In May 19^ the new building 
was c:en€d for worship with a 
member^p of 178: the folkjwii^ 
year the second unit was started, 
arid at the jcsrs end, the memba"- 
ship E.mbafsd *70. 

Ls5t May the membership had 
jjro'vn f3 more than 600; and in 



May of this year, the new parKh 
n^e was purchased. In Juoe the 
Rev. and Mrs. A. G. Stables and 
the> three children came to head 
the church family. 

The proposed additions, part of 
which will connect the saoctnary 
tD the educational iMiikJiog will be 
cc.TipletJd at a later date. 

R. P. Dorton, c:iairman of the 
bjilding committee, said in part 
"In the planning and constructim 
of cur new sanctuary we tried to 
achieve two things. The first wm 
to present to the work! a bulMmg 
which looks Iik» a church and 
states tj all 'Here meets a group 
^■^0 calls him Master.' In our part 




of the wOTld th^s often takes the 
fcrm of a cidonial buikUng with a 
acrass atop the steeple pointu^ to 
the heaveas." 

"The second and most inqMrtant 
objective was to presait to the 
congre^tkin an atmospho-e con- 
ducive to the worship of God, and 
one which wouki inteif^et our con- 
cept of Protestant Christianify.'" 

A portion of the "Message fron 
our Minister" states, "Th« com 
pletion of a new place of wor^i 
is always an exciting and momen- 
tous event in the life cf a congre- 
gation. It is the cukninatMD of a 
long period of hard wo.ic, careiu: 
planning, and generous giving on 
he part of many deviked people. 
The result here at Baylake is at- 
.ractive, worshipful, and surely 
Aforth both the work and the wait, 
t speaks in a meaningful way of 
ur faith. It stands beside the busv 
liglway and proclaims that in 
the mainstream cf l^e is God. It 
already represents the center of 
our particular fellowship. We are 
all happy and proud to be a part 
of such a projwt." 



Centers Opening 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Tlie Recre- 
ation Department, Union Kemps- 
ville High School Division is an- 
nouncing its class offering at its 
varkxis centers. At tiie Union 
KetnpsviUe Center, classes are 
being organized in arts and crafts, 
ceramics (basic design and work- 
ing with other types of materials 
5uch as leather, wood and metal). 
The repair of small electrical ap- 
pliances, such as irons, toasters, 
radios, etc., along with welding, 
sewing, knitting, physical fitness 
and a class m charm for the teen- 
agers, are some of the offerings 
at this Center. 

At the Seaboard Elementary 
School Center, classes are being 
formed in millinery and sewing. 
The Seatack Elementary School 
Center is also offering sewing. Oth- 
er classes will be made available 
upon request. 

Be sure that you take advantage 
of these class offerings by attend- 
ing the center nearest your cam- 
munity. 

If ad(ttional information is de- 
sired, please call «9-083l or «7- 
8262 between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 
p.m. REXrlSTRATION IS NOW 
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the Relief Society, an organization 
which assists the poor and the 
sick. 

Conference sessions will be held 
Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. 
in the Stake Center 2741 Greendale 
Av«iue. Stake Presid«jt Walter 
H. Hide, 100 Sparrow Lane, Cfaesa- 
pe^, will cMiduct. Visitors are 
wdcome. 



Deadhne Nears 

W.-ISHINGTON. DC. - Elig2)le 
young n»en are reminded tltet Ike. 
i5, 1938 is the deadline for sub- 
mitting amplications to ccHnpete f jr 
app{»]itment as Cadet, U. S. Coast 
Guard. 

Hk 91st annual competition for 
admission to the U. S. C^ast Guard 
\cademy at New Lcodon, Conn., 
will begin with the Dec. 3, 1966 ad- 
ministration of the Cc^ge En- 
:rance Examjiation Board Tests. 
\ppo:ntments are made solely on 
a competitive basis, with no Con- 
gre-swrial appoiatnients or geo- 
graphical quotas. Application dead- 
line for the tests is Nov. 1, 1966. 

An applicant must be an unmar- 
ried high school senior or gradu- 
ate who has reached his i7th but 
nat Ws 22nd birthday by July 1, 
1937. Applicants must have earned 
15 units by June 30, 1957, includinj 
the following units: three in Eng- 
lish, two in algebra, and <me in 
plane geometry. Applicants must 
be in excellent physical condition; 
between 64 and 78 inches in 
height, with proportionate weight, 
and have at least 20/ 30 in each 
eye, correctible to 20/20. 

Those appointed will receive a 
four year C3urse of training and 
education-leading to a Bachelor of 
Science de^ee anda commission 
as Ensign. 

Additional information and appli- 
cation fonns can be obtained from 
high sdwol guidance counselors or 
by writing to the DirecKff of Ad- 
missions, U. S. Coast Guard Acad- 
emy, New London, Conn., 03320. 



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NORFCaJC - Quarterly confer- 
ence of the orfolk Stake. Chiardi 
of Jesus Christ oi Later-day Saiirts, 
will be held Saturday and Sun- 
day, October 15 and 16, in NM-fdk. 

EkJer W. Henry Chace of the 
Priesthood Genealogical Committee 
and Mrs. Hazel S. Love of the 
Relief Society will be official 
Church representatives. 

EMer Chace is in charge of the 
Information Service Department of 
the Genealogical Society, whH-e 
he has been employed since 1937. 
He has been a special instructor in 
genealcgkal research procediffes 
for the Brighara Ycmng University 
Eitoision in Salt Lake City. 

The G€neal<^cal Society has 
Mnassed one of the largest genea- 
logical Iftraries in tfie world. Mill- 
ions of volumes of microfihn rec- 
ords arc safely stored in an enorm- 
ous mountain vault near Salt Lri(e 
City. The records are necessary 
for baptisms and marrages per- 
formed by proxy ia Monnon tem- 
ples. 

Mrs. Love w-as Relief Society 
?re?i^t in flie Northern Oali- 
fomia Mission while her busiwid 
presMjd over ftat missioH. 

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Anny StsM Eei^^ Aonze) R. 
dwa^o-, «rt)Ke «rife. Dorathy 
lives at340 .Aj^n ave.. has ar- 
rived Ji TiitMni wfth ft)# Ttn'm 
elements of the 4th Iflfaixi7 Di- 




In 1879 tho St. James Hotel stood on the site of 
what is now the Main Street Seaboard Citizens 
Bank . . . 

. . . then H. D. Oliver had been established for 

1 4 years. 

Hie St. Janes was <aie of the city's finest hotels for 
amy years, tt stood on Main Street, m ttie heart of the 
hniness and cwranercial center (rf Norfok. H. D. diver'' 
was already a well-establiAed nan»e in the ciUianuBity, 
fwonding the finest in birial and funeral sCTviccs. 

Today, the St. James b but a manory, and Main Street 
has given way to other sedMRS ds fte center of bieiaess 
acUvkies. H. D. Oliver has confanied to grow, tbou^, 
and is still conskiered the fmest in its fieM. Th-o fine 
homw, one ki Virginia Beadu and as e3q)«ierced ^aff 
enable them to swve vwth complete assvance of provki- 
ing die bttt. CaU H. D. Oliver to serve >-our nce<h. 

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BAPTIST 



M'BASA OBITBCB OT CHRIST 

i*.U> Vl.KUiU DejK-n blvu. 
Uny WiUoii, Paxior 



FBANCI8 A§BDK¥ AUSTn<»DI8T 
CHVKCn 

Great Neck Boad 
Ijeuoy Uuvw, Miutsler 



AKAt>Ull.\ b,Vl'TiMT CUIBCH 

IIoW Mceuii!.' Ill Loiise Laxlurd 
Einmeutar; School 
>'. C, Clifton, I'aalor 



BAYSIDE UAITIST CIU'RCH 

1480 I'Icasuie ilouite "W. 
Janie* V, DeFoe, PaHWr 

aE-VCMI-AW.N BAI'TiftT CIllKCli 

Dili ai.U iiBiJ. .\vcmie 
GevrKF Wollnil. Jr.. Mituster 



FAITH B.VI-TIHT OHtlBCfl 

ORIS Va. Bea<h WvU., NoriolK 
FreU M. ti^isa. Fastor 



ABST BAI'TIHT CHUBCH 

361 h SI. al Holjj' Kd. 
H. Wadrll WateiB, I'lWtor 



FEMBRUKE MA.NOK UMTKD 
I'HCKCB OF CHKI8Y 

(OoDKregatiunal Chrietiaii) 

Hf.Mies in Pembroke Haiior 

Elemeittar> Soliool 

Rev. Carl T. Daj» 



CHURCH OF GOD 

AA8BMKLV UF (iOD 

Virginia Beaoh Boulevard 

IUei Lane — Oi'cana 
Eei . Samuel l>. Bieler, Jr. 

cui'Bi'H or U01> 

Oao 14lh street 
Bobby a. Sams. Pabtor 



QAi'flOOD MKMOBML MKTnODIBl 
CHUBCft 

4713 Haywood Road 
Bobert F. Bryan, Paator 



Ix)KIE8' METUUIIIHT CHVBCH 

65(10 VirKinla Beach Blvd. 
Rev, C. Kalun tlra^ 



LVMNHAVEN SIKTHOBIST CHCRCfl 

tiilUe Netk Road 
Rev. Oucar '■! . Hodrifuei 



coMMUNinr 



FIRST COLONIAL BAPTIST CHI'RCB 

Seorue T. Slallinirs, Pastor 



FRBEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH 

1415 Oeeaiia Boulevard 
T. J. Tiigie. Pastor 

KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST CHI KCH 

77ail PrinceBB Anne R<1. 
Charles H. Jonea. Pastor 



LVKKHAVEN COLONY PNITEI) 
CHLBCU 

(Coiurrecrstlonal Christian) 

Orcat Neck Rd. near Snore Drive 

The l;ev. Tho H. linlton 



MIMMO MV:TH(»I)IST chttkoh 

Princeas Anne, VirrinU 

Einory V. Elliuure, Minister 

PLAZA METHODIST* CHUBCH 

aoH Plaza Trail 
HtiPberl G. Hi,l»b». Pastor 

SCOTT MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHUBCH 

409 First Colonial Road 
Rev. H. Wark Curry, Pastor 



OCEAN PA«» COMMUNITY 
CHUBCH 

I-'il'unt Circle, Baysidc. Va. 
Paul E. Mt-Culloush, Th.M. 



ET. MABK A.M.E. CHURCH 

Oneana 
BcT. D. e. Fellon. Pastor 



KINO'S GRANT BAPTIST CHAPEL 

Meeting In Kliirstun Elenienlaw School 
W. Olrnn Tallant, Pastor 



OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHUBCH 

Back Bay. Virk'inia 
Alvln St Clair, Pastor 



PRINCESS ANNE FREEWILL 
BAPTIST CHliRCH 

J 415 0(«ana Blvd. 
T. J. Tingle, Pastor 



fIRGlNIA BEACH COMMUNITY 
CHAPEL 

L.iskin bd.. Linkhom Bay 
Rev. uiebard Wpodward, Pastor 

EPISCOPAL 

EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

B, Sidney Sanders. Rector 



t.iBeunaole methuuist chukcb 

Prinipsfl Anne, Virifinia 
Hobcri. H. Garner. Minister 



TBALIA METHODIST CHURCH 

Pine Ave. and Va, Beach Blvd. 
William L, Asher, Pastor 



8ALKM METHUUIST CHURCH 

Princess ADue, Virginia 
Emory 3. BUuiore, Mibister 



PRIkCESS ANNE I'LAZA BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

246 RoBcuioiit Hoad 
Rev. MeUln Hntrhea, Pastor 



EMMANUEL EPISC^OPAL CHURCH 

233 Bowman Read 
iRev. Leonard R. Graves, Jr, 



GALILEE EPISCOPAL CHUBCH 

40th and Pacific 
The Rev. £!dnmnd Bcrktley. Rector 



ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST CHT;bCH 

Prirc-ess Anne Court House 
Rev. Bruce B. Perkins. Pastor 



OLP DONATION EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

44U Witch Duck Road. Bayside 



LONDON BKIDCiE BAPTIST CHUBCH 

7>ondon Brklice, Virginia 
G. Edward Huifhes, Pastnr 



ST. AIDEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

King's Oiaiit Ril. and Ediiiburg Drive 
Bcv. L, J. Tstj-lor, Jr., Vicar 



THALIA LYNN BAPTIST CUIRCH 

Va. Beach Blvd. adjoining Princeea 

Hijh School 

Key. Bobert N. Wallace 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Lynnhaven 
Rev. Melviu R. Booaei, paster 



ST. FBANCIS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

600 Uosemont Road 
The Rev. Clayton E. CriBger, Vioar 

FRIENDS 

FBIBNDS HRKTINO 

(liuakei) 
Laiikin Road 



TIBGES'LA BEACH METHODIST 
CHURCH 

207 18th Street 
' Rev. Beverly Kelty 



PENTECOSTAL 



PKNTBCOSTAL CHIROH OF CHRIST 

16th St. and Baltic Ave. 
Elwood Keni, Pastor 



PRESBYTERIAN 

BAYSIDE PRESUVTtHiAN CUUKCH 

.Near Kobbins Corner 
Rev. J, &. Johnson, Pastor 



UNION KE.MP.SVILLE aVPTIST 
CHUBCH 

Rev. S. L. St'oit, p.'ustor 



BOW CBEEK PKE8BYTEBIAN 
CHIKCH 

ROscniont Road and Plaza Trait 
Wciiiz J, Miller, Miii.Hter 



JEWISH 



LITTLE PINKY (iltOVE BAPTIST 
CHIKCH 

Crcoiis — Kcv. J. M. Hall, pastor 



TEMPLE EMANIAL 

26tli and Ballu', Vu. ['.each 
J'hiliii Pincus. RiiWii 



CALVARY PRKJ*BYTKBI.\N (IIIKCH 

Fuvt St., Olciiroik, Norlolk 
E. Crowell CooUy, Pastor 



BIG PINEY tiROVE BAPTI8+ 
CHURCH 

Piincest Anne 
Rev. Kodj;er Steel, paotor 



LUTHERAN 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN Ollt'lU'U 

1^(10 Aratoiia liOiilcvarU 
M. BliuiJ Dudley, Minister 



KMANUAL LUTHERAN CHI BCIl 

Lynn Shore Drive at Virginia Beach 
Kennah A. Pri?e, Pastor 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCU 

Ptti'ific Ave. at 3«lh St. 
John S. Lyles, Pastor 



MOBNING STAR BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. G. L. Parker, paster 



EBENEZER B.iPTIST CRUICH 

Rev. G. Ij, Parker, pastor 

ST. JOHN A.M.E. CHUBCH 

Davis Corner 

Rev. J. C. Fauntlcroy, pastor 

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST 

Birdneck Road 



EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHCBCH 
OF THE GOOD 8HEPBEB1> ^ 

1489 Laskin Road 
Rev. Dic!\8on W. Taylor 



KINGS UBANT PRESBYTERIAN ^ 
CHIKCH 

74S Little Net* UJ 
Raymond C. Flitlon, Hu«tor 



OCR SAVIOR'S LUTHERAN 
CHUBCH 

Baylake Pluei), Bayside 
nneth R. Carbaugh, Pastor 



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LYNNHAVEN PREI 
CHCRCH 

Lynnhaven VllKge 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr. 



IAN 



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BRETHREN 



GRACE BRETHREN CHURCH 

Great Neck at Ililltop 
A. Harold Arriugton, I-astor 



CHRISTLy«j 



BAYSIDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

(Congregatioiial) 
Shore Drive and Greenwell Road 

Earl L. FarK-Il, Minister 

DIAMOND SPRINGS CHRISTIAN 

CHURCH 

DiBciplea o( Christ 

6700 W. fiadeu Road 

G. David Shreeve*. Pastor 



PRINCE OF PEACE LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 

424 King's Grant Road 

Rev. J. Elmer Melliy, Pastor 

NAZARENE 

OCE^YNA CHURCH OF THB 
NAZARENE 

S. Court House Rd.. Oceana 
Paul R. AUlricb. Pastor 

METHODIST 

BAYLAKE METHODIST CHURCH 

Shore Dr. at Treasure Island Dr. 

In Bayside 

Raymond E. MUHser. Minister 



THALIA TRINITY PRfSBYTEKLYN 
CHIRCI 

430 Thalia RV 
Sidney D. Crane, 




WYCLIFFK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

John B. Dcy Eleni. School 
J. Stanton Blaiu, Pastor 

ROMAN CATHOLIC 

fTAR UF THE SEA CATHOLIC 
CHUBCH 

14th St. and Anllc Circle 
Rev. Francis V. Lambrick 



SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

111 Lobougb Avenue 
Rev. J. Frederick ParKer 

CHURCH OP CHRIST 

CHIRCH OF CHRIST 

14tj0 Va. Bea"h Blvd. Oceana 
Koy N. Wilson. Minister 



BEE(V GROVE JIETHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
iLax B. J.-i-'k«oii. Paste' 



ST. GREC^ORY THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7271 Viriiiniu !).-a< h Blvd. 

Riev Flavian Vehiiko. O.S.B. 

Kev. Pafihal Kiiciii, O.S.B. 



BETHEL MBTMUIH.ST CHUBCH 

Pniicrhs Anne 
Boy R. Jai'kHon. Pastor 



ST. MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHU;!^}.. 

1010 Sandra Lane. Va. Bearli 
Father GHara, Father Flndlay 



COMMUNITY MKTHOmsT CHUIICH 

Acrcdale — KcmiibviUe 
Rev. John L. Kiblcr, Jr. 



ST. NICIIOLA.S (ATHGLIC CIIUIICH 

fH4 Little Neck Road 
Rev, Thomas M. Siminieri 



KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Cree<ls. Virj,'inia Bca< h. Virginia 
W. T. Weaver. Minister 



FOUNDRY HETIiODIST CIirBCH 

Va. flcai'h Blvd.. Lynnhaven 
William H. Aco'-ta. Minister 



CHRISTIAN saENCE 

FIBST CHURCH OK CHBHT, 

SCIENTIST 

8,09 20th Street 



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Frederick MiMtary Academy invited parente and friends of its students to an open house of its cara- 
pna which featured a dress parade of all units last Sunday afternoon. Parents attended a reception giv- 
en bi their honor by flie faculty whicb' was followed by parent-teacher conferences. Pointing out scenes 
of interest is Sgt. Chip Whitney whose parents, Captain USN and Mrs. Alden Whitney of 3736 Harton 
rd., Virghiia Beach, and younger brother, Peter, pausing briefly outside Us dorm, WHIett HaH. 
"Chip" is a senior and this is his third year as a "Freddie Cadet." He wears a sharpdiooter medal 
and rflMMms of best drilled company, best drilled platoons, and best drilled squad. Peter hopes to keep 
the Whitney name prominent at Frcderfck by jofaiing the cadets next year. With the Whitney family 
is IM. Warren A. .Logue of Manchester, Massachu setts, one of Chip's roommates at VHfett Hall, lids 
is Warren's first year at the Academy where he is a sophomore, a student ciia|^in ani » amber of 
the Glee Club. (Sun Photo by Padrck) 



Cadet Sekcud 



WAYNE, PENN. - A reoeirtly- 
appointcd Cadet Secrad Lieuten- 
ant ^ the Valley For^ Military 
Acadany, Wayne, Pa., has also 
been selected as a semfflnalist in 
the 1968-67 Merit Scholarshq) com- 
petition. 

Craig H. Ttiwr, son of Cdr. and 
Mrs. A. F. Traer, («et.), <rf 2317 
Bragg Court, Virginia Beadi, was 
among thg highest-scoring students 
in the state of Pennsfylvania on the 
National Merit Sdwlarship Quali- 
fying Test, administered last 
spring in 17,500 schools natiomwde. 

The sanlfinalists can advance to 
finalist status by receiving the en- 
dorsement of their schools, sub- 
stantiating their qualifying test 

I achievements and interests. 

High sctiool grades, creative ac- 
I complishments, leadership quali- 
ties, extracurricular activities, and 
school citizenship of the students 
are evaluated along with test 
scores in selecting Merit Scholars. 

A member of tHis year's gradu- 
ating class. Cadet Tozw has re- 
ceived numerous academic honors 
and the military Science Superior 
Cadet Ribbon. Last year he was 
named a mMsbor of ti»e Anthony 
Wayne Legion dk»rd, Ae honor 
unit. 



Sing Chit Movement 
Enlists New Recruits 



VBKJINU BEACH-"Sing Out 
Vif#iia Beach" meets every Tues- 
day evening for rehearsal, begin- 
ning promptly at 7 p.m., and end- 
ing at 9 p.m., at the First Presby- 
terian Church, astii and Pacific 
ave. 

Sing Outers are urge5 to use 
self discipline in the'r lives and 
in their studies, planning and ac- 
oonftpUshing their homework in ad- 
vance. 

The cast as of its last rehearsal 
had 99 youths in attendance. Each 
rehearsal brings new faces. Soon 
it will be known how many will 
form the permanent core d the 
cast. It established that, as with 
other Sing Outs (there are over 
75 agd more forming weekly), the 
cast will grow to approximately 
120. 

There is still rcMJi for mor-^ 
nMile talent — boys with good 
singing voices. Tho» interested 
are urged to attend the next re- 
hearsal. 

Richard S. Hanger, a senior at 
Norfolk Academy, was instrumen- 
tal in starting the local Sing Out 
group. At the fourth rehearsal, 
iite ^u^ welcomed a team of 
adult leaders — Frank Ferrigno, 
producer; Mrs. Sallie Dbcon Suter, 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, October 13, 1966 



WEi!E BEEii imnii 

HOME10£SS 



what makes you think 
we'd stop now? 

^ 

There's a story going around that mortgage money is very hard 
to get. ' 

Well, maybe. 

Here at Mutual Federal, though, we're making first mortgage 
loans on selected, improved prdperty just like we did in 1965 
... or 1949 ... or 1889. We have, as a matter of fact, millions 
available for sound loans on acceptable property in our area. 
Next time somebody tells you "They just aren't lending any- 
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musical director; and Mrs. Fr^ 
Fsrrigilo, as assistant musical di- 
rector. , ,i!:Hf[ 

Mrs. Suter is well qualified as 
a musical director having directed, 
nv*e than ICO musical shows. She 
is a graduate cf Julliard, and 
served with Special Services. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferrigno are 
well known locally, having started 
the Virginia Beach Civic Chorus, 
and are presantly actively ehgaged 
in forming a Civic Orctestra. Mrs. 
Ferrigno is a piano teacher. 

Frank, never having heard of 
Sing Out befors, said, after at- 
tending a rehearsal, "I never 
knew there was such a movement 
as Sing Out. I am excited about it, 
and though Mrs. Ferrigno and I 
are already very much involved 
musically, I feel that we must 
hslp these wonderful young peo- 
ple." 

Mrs. Ferrigno stated that when 
he came home that evening he 
said, "Olga, we must do this!" 

She said that they have orga- 
nized many other singing groups 
before with th« idea that people 
forget their trouWes when they had 
tried to do before, because it is 
more than }vst a singing group. It 
is a way of life. When members of 
other singing groups go home ev- 
erything is the same; but when 
members of Sing Out go home, 
they go w6h thoughts of knprov- 
ing the way they live. 

"Live what you sing" is a mot- 
to that Sing Out opwates on. 
"Don't let anybody start attacking 
peoplehood. Love them as they 
are, and fight for them to be great 
men and great women as God 
meant than to be" — are words 
of significance from their thenw 
song "Up With People." "You 
Can't Live Crocked ard Think 
Straight" is another of its many 

message-type show tunes. 

» 

Sing out promotes its members 
writing new songs with a moral 
point, developing talent and char- 
acter while answering youth's 
hunger for hope, purpose, and 
life's real meaning as a cure to 
cynacysm and the "down beat" 
attitude srevelent in the atmo- 
sphere of today's declinging moral 
standards. 

Sing Out is a gigantic bid to 
enlist a^:^^ generation in 
world actkm. 

Recently Virginia Beach had an 
anti-communist rally. More than 
2,000 citizens turned out for it, but 
what did they learn fnan it that 
will spur th«n to action? Down 
with Communism! And then they 
return home and do nothing but 
continue to think "Down with 
Communism''. Communism is an 
ideaology. 

Moral ReArmament that started 
Sing Out is an ideaology too, but 
it offers s better idea than Com- 
munism. It incites pec^le to be 
better people. "Up With People". 
The world will go to those who 
bave the greatest will and enthusi- 
asm to remake it. "Which Way, 
America" the youth of Sing Out 
sing. 

The cast of Sing Out Virginia 
Beach have elected officers. They 
are Richard S. Hanger, chairman. 
Ann Cherr>'man, secretary; Lucy 
Harkins, treasurer; and Deborah 
Keegan, corresponding secretary. 



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JAMES RIClUilO I^IGE, 
DefeadttA. 

CMtSKR OF PUBUCATHW 

The oblect of this suit is to oi>- 
tein a ^Nwce A M«isa et Vxiro 
to be Mot merged into a divonce 
A ^^cuk) ^bitrimHui from (he 
said defeodkHt upon tie grvuixis 
of d«erti(Bi. 

And m- cffidavtt havii^ been 
mait sbA fQed iiiat the ddendant 
k a Don-resideitt d the State of 
'^rginia, the ]ast known post off- 
ice adcbess being: VT-2&4¥ USN- 
ASS C3u»e Field. BeeviUe "Texas, 
tt is orda«d that he do appear 
bere witiiiii 10 (toi) diq^ afto- due 
{N^dicatioo hereof, and do whai 
mty be aecessaiy to protect his 
iBlereat ia tUs fluit 
AQ^y— Tleste: 



• teOAt NOTICES 

XSm V. iff^miESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS mUVT. DC. 
Brydges. Broyles & MdCeory, p.q. 
1369 Lasfcin Road 
Virginia Beach, Vir^aia 

ioe4T 

COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 
COMMtWWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

E^ THE CLEatK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINU BEACH. ON 
WE 14th DAY OF ffllPIEMBER, 
1966. 

OWE^ A. IfO^. Plaintiff, 
against 
BLSaE McKINNEY MOSS, 

i>ef«idant. 
ORDER OF PUBUCATfON 

The object of this suit is fw the 
said plaintiff to nbtain a divorce 
btm the said defendant, upon the 
^txaids of desotion or ae{»ration 
for over two years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed tiiat tiie defendant 
is not a resident ni the State ot 
Virginki, the last known post <rffice 
being: Liverpool, England, it is 
<Hdered (hat she do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due pub- 



• UOAL NOTICES 



Hcation hewr, and do what may 

be necessary to protect her inter- 

e^ in this suit. 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clat 

By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D. C. • 

Victor J, A^. P.Q. 

1134 Church Street, 

^torfolk, Virginia 

922 «r 



CWIMfK'JWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TOE 
CITY OF VIRGIiNlA BEACH, ON 
THE ISIli DAY OF aiPTEMMai, 
1966. 
JOHN RICHARD WINTON, JR. 

Plaintiff, 
against 
JOANNA GRACE BENNINGTON 

WINTON, Defendant. 
(HU>ER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this is for the said 
plaintiff to dbtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrknonii from the said de- 
fendant, upon the grounds of sepa- 
ration for a period of mwe than 2 
years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a residei^ of the State <rf 
Virginia, the last known post <^Bce 
adross being: 1000 Isabella Av«Hie, 



• LEGAL NOnCB 



Apt. A., Coronado, QaStfornia, it. 
is ordered that she do appwt h«-e 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pnriect her 
interest in this ^t. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, CJerk 
By: J. CURTB FRUriT, D.C. 
C. Lydon Harrell, Atty.. P.Q. 
Board of Trade BuiMbig, 
Norfolk, Virginia 

9 22 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

. IN THE (3JERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGIMA BEACH, ON 
THE 23rd DAY 0¥ SEPTEMBER, 
1966* 

MARGARET HANCOCK FREE- 
MAN. 
Plaintiff, 
agaii^t 

VmijlM/l DANA FREEMAN, JR., 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
from the bonds of Matrimony from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of Desertion for one year. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendmt 



• LEGAL NOTICB 



is not a readent of the State of Vir- 
giida. the last known poat <^ce 
addtess being: 09AF 1041 Secur- 
ity Strflre Force, Teat Sq. A, F. 
Rangers. AFO, Scfaofiekl &a., 
APO. 96697, it is ordered that he 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publicati<m hereof, 
and do v^t may be necssary to 
prefect his inter^ in this suit. 
A Copy-Teste: 
By: J. OURTISFRUir, Clert, 
Frank E. Butler, HI, p. q. 
3707 Virgima Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 29 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VmGINIA BEACH, ON 
cTHBISrd DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 
1966. " 

DONNTE LEE STRICKLAND, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
NANCY LEE SHAW STRICK- 

LAND, 
Defendant; 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for tiie 
said pjauitiff to obtain a divorce 
A. Mensa Et 'Rioro from the said 
defendant, iqx)n the grounds of de- 



• LiOALNOTICiS 



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aatiaa. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the d^esidant 
is not a resideit of the State of 
iVIri^nia, the last known post office 
adress being: 2696 Olivera Street, 
ConcfH-d C^difomia. it is ordered 
tbat she do a;^>ear here wkhin 10 
(ten) days after due iNiblication 
ha^, and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect her interest in 
this oiit. 
A Copy— Trate: 

By: J. CURTIS FIRUIT, Dep. C. 
AnseU, Purrington, & Butler, p. q. 
3?07 Virginia Beach Blvd., • 
Vir^nia Beadi, Virginia 

9 29 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINLA 

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OTY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 

THE 23rd DAY OF SEIPTEMBER, 

1966. 

KATHLEE3N HUGHES GILBERT, 

an Inft., 
Haintiff, 
against 
KBira EUGENE GILBERT, 

Defendant. 
OBDER OF PUBUCATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to be granted a di- 




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vorce A Vinculo Matrimonii firan 
the said ddoidant. upon the 
gnmds of wilful desertion and 
abaodonment for a period of more 
thra one jiear. 

And an afBdavit having been 
made and flled that the defendant 
is not a re«dent of the State of 
Vir^uiia, the last Imown post off- 
ice address being: USS Bronsteei, 
CO 1087, c/o Fleet Post Office, 
San Francisco, California, it is 
ordered ti»t he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 

By: J. OURTB PRUrr,Dep. C 
William E. F\ilford, p. q. 
Suite 610 Plaza One, 
Norfolk, Virginia 

9294T 

VIRGINU: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 21st DAY OF SEPTEM- 
BER, 1966. 

Re: WILLIAM P. RUDROW, 
Deceased 

SHOW CAUSE AGAINST 
DISTRIBUTIGN 

It appearing that a report of 
the accounts of Virginia National 
Bank, .Administrator of the Estate 
of William P. Rudrow, deceased, 
and of the debts and demands 
against the estate has been filed 
fai the Clerk's Office, and that six 
months has elapsed since the qual- 
ification, on motion of the person- 
al representative, it is ORDERED 
that the creditors of, and all others 
interested in, the estate* show 
cause, if any they can. on the 24th 
day of October, 1966, before this 
Court at its Courtroom agahist the 
payment and delivery of the estate 
to the legatees witliopt requiring 
refunding bonds. 

It is further ORDERED that the 
foregoing portion of this order be 
published once a week for four 
successive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper published 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D.C. 
V.\NDEVENTER, BL.\CK, ; 
MEREDITH & M.VRTIN 
819 Citizens Bank Bldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 

929^ 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINU BB^CH, ON 
-niE 28th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 
19S6. 

BARBARA JOAN HOOD, Plaintiff, 
against 

THOMAS J. HOOD, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
a mensa et thoro to be merged in- 
to a divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident Of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 260 East 
Crescent Ave., Marwsh, New Jers- 
ey, it is ordered that he do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Te?te: 
JOHN V. FENTflESS. Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. DC. 
Brvdges, Broyles & McKoiry, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia, Beach, Virginia 10 6 4T 



COMMONWEALTH W VIRGINIA 

IN TIfE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
TIffi CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINM BEACH, QN 
THE 6th DAY OF OCTOBER, 

196S. 

NORMA S. CLIFT, Plaintiff, 
against 

JOHN W. OLIFT. Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonnii from the 
said defe.-idant, i^n the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being: 54aaurel St., San 
Diego, Calif., it is ordered that he 
do appear herewithin lo (ten) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
d3 what may be necssary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A Copy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRE^. Cla* 
By: PHYLLIS NEWM.\N. DC. 
Brydges. Broyles & McKenry. p q 
1389 Laski.n Road. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 13 4T 



VmCEVIA: 

LV •niE CIRCUIT (X>URT OF 
THE CITY OF BE.\CH, ON THE 
28t:i D.\Y OF SEPTEMM31, 1988. 
L\ -niE MATTER OF VIRGINIA 
NATIO.VAL R\NK. NORFOLK. 
VIR GLNM . EXECUTOR A]«) 
TRUSTEE W THE EST.4TE OF 
JAMiS B. WrniE. DECEASED. 



• UOALNOnCI 



SBOW CAUSE OSDESR 

It appearii^ to the Couit (hat a 
report of tile accounts of Vk-ginia 
National Bank, Executor and Trus- 
tee <rf the Estate <rf James 6. 
White, deceased, and of the 
debts and demands against his 
estate has been filed in the Clerk's 
(^fke d Has Coist, and that six 
iponths have eU^Jsed since the 
qpialification, on motion of said 
Virginia National Bank, Execirtor 
and Trustee of the E^te d James 
B. White, Deceased, it is 

ORDERED that the creditors of, 
and ail others intere^ed in the 
Estate of Jamles^iB. White, de- 
ceased, do diow cause, if any they 
can, on the 28th day of Nov«nber, 
1966, before this Court, m its court- 
room, against the payment and de- 
livery of ti»e Estate of James B. 
White, deceased, to the devisees 
and legatees, without requiring re- 
funding bonds. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 
that this Show Cause Order be 
published once a week for four 
successive weeks in the Virgitua 
Beach Sun, a newspaper having 
general circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Vffginia. 
A Copy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cleric 
By: J. CURTIS iFRUTT, D.C. 
Francis S. Thompson 
301 25th Street 
Virginia Beach, Vffginia 

10 6 4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CmOUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 30th DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 
1966. 
JUANITA A. FARNSWORTH, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
WILLIAM L. FARNSWORTH, 

Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtam a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonnii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of Separation for more than two 
years. 

And an affidavit having been 
matte and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of The State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being: c/o P. 0. Box 213, 
Jean McKinney, Guemeville, Cali- 
fornia, it is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A Copy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerit 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry, p.q. 
1339 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia ^ 

10 6 4T 



IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
COMMONWEALTH Ob VIRGINIA 

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 

CITY OF VIRGINU BEACH, ON 

THE 28th DAY OF SEPTEMBER 

1966. 

ALFONSO JOSEPH 

STRAZZUI^, Plaintiff, 
against 
FR.\NCIS MARION 

HBRNIONEKE STRAZZULLO, 
Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a di- 
vorce frtan the bonds of matri- 
mony from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of separation 
for two years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 1014 Shelton 
Parkway, Cherry Hill New Jersey, 
it is ordered that she do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
her interest in this suit. 
A Copy-Teste: 

By: J CURTIS FRUIT, Dep. C. 
Caton & Wright, Attys., p. q. 
2508 Pacific Ave., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9a0 4T 




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IN THE OLiERTS OFFICE OF 
TI-E CIRCmT COURT (W THE 
CITi? OF VI'R'51N1\ Ba.\CH ON 
Tf'E 4th DAY OF OCTCBiER. 
1936. 

CITY OF V3RGINL\ BEACH. 

Complamant 
IN CHANCERY 

vs. 

T. P. POLL\RD, et als. 
Ddsndants 

ORDER CF, PUBLICATION 

The object of t*:e absve styled 
suit is to sell, free and clear of 
all liens and encumbrances, for 
the satisfaction of the liens there- 
on. i'r::ss certain lots, tracts or 
parcels of land, s'tuated in the 
CXy cl Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
and bounded and described as fol- 
lows: 

All those certain lots, pieces or 
parcels of land, situated in Lynn- 
haven Borough, City of Virginia 
Beach, State of Virginia, known, 
numbered and designated on that 
certain plat entitled "iMap of East- 
Norfolk, Princess Anne Co., Vir- 
ginia", dated November 1906, 
by E. C. Foreman, C. E., which 
plat is duly of record in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, in Map Book 4 at Page 191, 
as Lots 18 and 19, in Block 73; Lots 
1 and 3 in Block 102 and Lot 17 
in Block 105; reference to which 
plat is hereby made for a more 
particular description of said lots. 

And it appearing from tiie aver- 
ments of the Bill of Complaint fil- 
ed herein and by affidavit duly fil- 
ed: 

FIRST: That diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of the com- 
plaint to ascertain in what county 
or corporatiort the following de- 
fendants are, witfiout effect, and 
their last known post office ad- 
dresses, where known, are as fol- 
lows: 

T. P. Pollard 
Address unknown 
George West 
Address uiiknown 
A. S. Pinner 
Address unknown 
Oolah Naomi Pettway 
913 Hanson Avenue 
Norfolk, Virginia 
SECOND: That the said T. P. 
Pollard and other defendants in/ 
j this suit may have died leaving 
j heirs, devisees, personal repre- 
j sentatives, surviving consorts, or 
, lien creditors and .if so, tiieir 
I names are unknown and thef? last 
known past office addresses are 
, unklfcl^n. That there are or 
migtit be persons other than those 
< named in the Bill of Complaint in- 
terested in the real estate to be 
, disposed of in this sCut whose 
names and last known post office 
addresses are unknown. 

It is therefore, ORDERED that 
the above named per'sons, if living, 
and if dead, their heirs, devisees, 
lien creditors and personal repre- 
sentatives, and if married, their 
respective conairts, and all other 
persons other than tliose herein 
i named, who are or might be in- 
terested in the real estate to be 
disposed of in this suit, whose 
names are unknown, do appear 
within ten days alter due publica- 
: tion of this notice and do what is 
i necessary to protect their inter- 
ests. It is further ORDERED that 
the foregoing portion of this Order 
be published once a week for four 
successive weeks in the Vfa^inia 
Beach Sun a newspaper piAlished 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D"c. 

10 6 4T 



LEGAL NOTICES 



NOTICE 



VIRGINU: 



LEGAL NOTICES 



3707 Virginia Beach Blvd., 
VJ-ginia Beach, Vj-'ginia 



10 13 4T 



The Master Plan Repwi on 
Parks, Recreation, Open ^ace 
and Conservat'on revised bv the 
Recreation Commission wiB be 
heard by Hx Council of tlw City 
of VirgXiia Beach on Monday. Oc- 
tober 24. 1«6 at 10 o'clock A.M. 
in the Qrcuit Court, City Hall, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. Copies 
will hi' available foi^ review at the 

fficcs of thesClerk of the Circuit 
Court, City Manager and Planning 
Commission. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: MILDRED L.. HENLEY, D.C. 
10 13 2T 
^ ___ 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OR THE 
CITY OF VUIGINM BE.'\CH, ON 
Tlffi 6tb DAY OF OCTOBER, 
19to. 
MICHAEL CURTIS BAEEY, 

Plaintiff, 
CYNTHIA ANN M.ARTIN BAI- 
LEY, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBUCATIDN 
The object <A this siat is for the 
said plaintiff to <*tain a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defemlant, upon the grounds 
of 2 (two) years continuous sepa- 
ration. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed tfiat the defendant 
is not a resident of the Sta/> of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being: 1840 Sknpson 
Street, St. Paul, Minesota, it is 
ordered that she do ^^ar here 
Within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication ha«of, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suU. 
A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRE^, Clerk 
Brydges, Broyles k UcKaary, p.q. 
1389 yskm Road. 
By: fSyUJS NEWklAN, D.C. 
Virginia Beicfa. Vii^taia 

10U4T 



VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
TILE CITY OF VIRGINIA iBEACH 
ON TIffi 5th DAY OF OCTOBER, 

1966. 

In the Matter of 

VIRGINIA NATIONAL BANK 
Ex€<iutor of the Estate of 

EUjEN Q. CALVERT 

SHOW CAUSE AGAINST 

DISTRIBUTION 

It appearing that a report of the 
account of Virginia National Bank, 
executor of the estate of Ellen G. 
Calvert, deceased, and of the debts 
and demands against tiie estate 
has been filed in the Clerk's Office, 
and that sue months have elapsed 
since the qualification, on motion 
of the personal reiM-esentative it 
is ordered that the creditors of, 
and all others interested in, the 
estate show cause, if any they 
can, on the 4th day of November, 
1966, before this Court at its 
courtroom against the pa)anent 
and delivery of the estate to the 
i legatees without requiring refund- 
ing bonds. 

It is further ordered that the 
foregoing portion of this order be 
published once a week for four 
successive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Son, a newspaper published 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D£. 
George F. Darden, Jr., p.q. 
305 — 30th Street 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 13 4T 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGIN'IA BEACH 
ON THE 5th aAY OF OCTOBER, 
1986. 

IN THE MATTE31 OF THE ES- 
TATE OF 

ROBERT F. ALLGOR, Deceased 
SHOW CAUS^ ORDER 

It appearing Uiat a report of the 
accounts of Seaboard Citizens Nat- 
ional Bank, Executor of the Es- 
tate of Robert F. AUgor, deceased, 
and of the debts and demands 
against his estate has been filed in 
the Clerk's Office of this Court, 
and that more than sue months 
have elapsed since the qualifica- 
tion of the said Executor, on mo- 
tion of the Executor, by counsel, 
it is 

ORDERED that the creditors 
and all other persons interested in 
the Estate of Robert F. AUgor, De- 
ceased, do show cause, if any they 
can, on the 4th day of November, 
1936, before this Court, against the 
payment and deUvery of the net 
estate of said decedent to the le- 
gatees of the decedent in accord- 
ance with the provisions of the 
will of the decedent, without re- 
quiring refunding bond. 

It is further ORDERED that this 
Stow Cause Order be published 
once a week for four (4) success- 
ive weeks in the Virg'Aia Beach 
Sua. a newspaper published in the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
E. S. Ruffin & Sons, p.q. 
520 Citizens Bank &iikiing 
Norfolk, Virginia 

10 13 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERKS OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT C»URT OF THE 
CIT YOF VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 6th DAY OF OCTOBER. 
1966. 

ROGER L. WINSOR. Plaintiff, 
gainst 

LOIS L. WINSOR, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
fr<»n the bonds of Matrimony from 
t^e sakl defendant, upon the 
grounds of two year separation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed tfiat the defendant 
is not a residrat of the Sate of 
Virginia, the las', known post office 
address being: P. 0. Box 22. Peru. 
Nebraska, it is ordo-ed that she 
do appear here within ten (lOi 
days after due publicatiqn ho'eof. 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect her taterest in this siit. 
A CORT— Teste: 
jms V. FENTUBSB, Clerit 
By: Ff!YUiS MSWSMN. DC. 
ib. A. J. Cttadc, Jr., p-q. 



CroiMONWEALlTI OF VIRGPOA 

IN THE CLERK'S tyFFlCE OF 
TKE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CJTY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 29111 DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 
1966. ' 

EI/VAS O.BOYD. Plaintiff, 
against • 

IDA DELOIS EEED BOYD, 

Defendant 
(MtDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is far 
the said plainliff to obtain a di- 
vorce from the bonis of matri- 
mony from tlhe said defendant up- 
on the grounds of two year separa- 
tion. 

And an effidavit having been 
made and f.led that the dalendant 
is r>: a resident of the Stat^ of 
Virginia, the last known post off- 
ice address being: 85 Harvard St., 
Springfield, Massachusetts, it is 
ordered that ^She do appear here 
wrttiin 10 (t«i) days after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to |8X)ieot her inter- 
est in tills suit. 
A Cpoy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Messrs. Caton & Wright, p.q. 
2506 Pacific Avenue, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 6 4T 

VIRGINU: 

IN THE CLiE'RK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIROUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VrnGINEA BEACH ON 
THE 19th DAY OF SBPTEMiBEffi, 
1906. 

JOOffl^ M. POTTER and 
MERRILL S. POITBR, Huiband 
and wtfe, 

2224A Paris Street, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Complainants 

VB 

JOSEPH D. MURDm. 

2236 VIRGirnA BBM5H BLVD. 

VPRGMA BBAiiTH, VroGINIA 

EOWIN C. RELll\M, Tru.<rtee 

7460 NORTH SIHORE ROAD, 

NOIRiFOLK. VTROINilA 

FLOYD E. KELJLAM, JR., Trus- 

m NORTH PLAZA TRAIL. 
VIRGINIA BE.AOH, WRGINIA 
GEORGE G-RIMSTFl^D. 
JOSEPH GBJMSTEAD, 
ai'iRLBS GRIMSTEAD, 
SI!NiCLArR GIRIMSTEAD. 
W. PIRESTON GRIMSTEAD 
JORDAN T. GR11MSTE.AD 
ROXANNA W'LSON AND L^iBEL- 

lUS, WILSCiN, Her Husband, 
FLLEN HENLEY. 
Wn.iLIAM GRi^MSTEAD 
THOMAS GREMBTEliD, 
OALVIN DAVIS, 
GEORGE T. D.\VIS, 
ANN^ LAND aiild OSOAR LAND, 

H?r H^siband, 
LOUISA COSTON AND SAMUEL 

COSTON, Her Husband. 
WALTER BOWTIiSN, 
SYLVESTER BAiReOUR, 
OSriAR GRIMSTEAD. 
HARRY GRIMSTEAD 
n>A BARIBOUR, 
AiNNIE WRiIGHT, 
SINCLAIR WRIGHT, 
JOHN WRIGHT, 
FRANK WRIGHT. 
JN'O. WILUA^K, 
FR^IC THOMAS, 
Unknown parties who mav be in- 
terred in the Grimstead grave- 
yard, and all parties having visi- 
tation or other rights 4n the 
Grimstead graveyard located on 
the parcel designated "J. D. Mur- 
den 5.1 Ac." on the recorded plat 
entitled "Property of Rebecca 
Hyter, tocated near London 
BridgefPrincess Anne Co., Va." 
if living, or if any of tJiem 
dead then the surviving spouStes, 
heirs, devisees, ami succes-o:, 
in Utle <rf such said ^fendants 
whose last krawvn postoffice ad 
dress is unknpcvn, and who are 
made parties defendant by the 
general description of "Parties 
Utftnown", 

Defendants 
ORDER OF PUBUCTION 
Tliis suit is brought pursuant to 
the provisiOTs of Section 57-M of 
the Code of Virginia of 1950, as 
wnended, for the puroc^eof having 
the remains interred in flie aban- 
doned graveyard of the Orwnstead 
family, located on the parcel des- 
iJ9»ted "J. D. Mtffden 5.1 Ac." on 
Ae record^ plat entitled "Prop- 
a\y of Rebecca Hvter, located 
near London Bridge-Princess Anne 
Co., Va." remOv«i to some more 
suitable repository, by a repiftable 
funeral director, in strict accord- 
ance with the st«K!ards of his pro- 
fession, and in a manner ha%ing 
due respect for the dead and the 
sermbilities of their living heirs 
and next of kin. 

And affidavit having been made 
and fited Uiat all parties respondent 
are unknown: that their wherea- 
bouts are unknown and their last 
and presait post office adckesses 
are unknown; 

It is 8ccorc:.ig:y Oruered and 
Decreed that the above named pe*- 
sons, the heirs-at-iaw and next of 
kin of: GEORGE GRIMSTCAD. 
JO®yW GRrMSTP^D, CHARLES 
GHaeTE.'U). SINCLAIR GRIM- 
SnSEAD. W. PRECTON GRIM- 
STEAD, JORDAN T. GRIM- 
SWIAD. ROX.ANNA WmSON AM) 
UBELIUS WILSON, her husband, 
BlLEN HENLEY. WXUAM 
GRJMSTR^. TWyvflS ORIM- 
STTBAO. C.\LVIN DAVK, 

GeonoE T. a\Ts. tt^ttm 

LAND AND OSQAR LAND, her 
Im^WkI, UHJISA CC^TQN AND 



Virginia Bfeach SUN, Thursday, October 1 3, 1 966 



Age 7-B 



.'^■ELL-RENT 



RENT- S.V.AP'HiRE' BUY* SELL' RENT' SWAP 'HIRE' 



mS^ CUSSIHED ADS GET RESUL1B 



HIRE • BUY • SELL* F'Gf 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



SWAP' . MIRE • BUY' SELL* RENT* SWAP 'MIRE • BLJY • SELL- REN 



S.\MUEIL COSTON. her husband. 
WIALTEiR POWDEN, SYiLVES- 
TER, BAflSWR, OSCAR GRM- 
STE.AD, K.ARRY GRM^TEIAD, 
IDA BARBOUR, ANNIE WRIGHT. 
SINCLAIR, WRIGHT, JOHN 
WRIGITi', FRANK WRIGHT. JNO. 
WILLIAMS, FR.ANK THOMAS, 
Unknown parties who may be in- 
terred in the Grimstead grave- 
yard, and all parties having visi- 
tation or other rights in the Grim- 
stead graveyard located on the 
parcel designated "J. D. Murden 
5.1 Ac.'' on the recorded plat en- 
titled "Prop«-ty of Rebecca Hyter, 
located near London Bridge-Prin- 
cess .Arane Company. Virginia."' 
if livuig.- or if any of them be 
dead then the surviving spouses, 
heirs, devisees, and successrrs in 
title of such said defendants, whose 
last known postoSfice address is 
unknown, and who are maA& par- 
ties defendant by tiie general de- 
scription of "Parties Unknown", 
do appefu- within ten days after 
due pUbLcation of this Order, sai. 
6a what is necessary to protect 
their interests. 

And it is further Ordered that a 
copy of this Order be published 
once a week for four successive 
weeks in Va. Beach Sun, a news- 
paper pubKdied and haiAig general 
circulation in the City of Virginia 
Beach, and that a copy hereof be 
posted at the front door of the 
Courthouse of the Circuit Court <rf 
the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D.C. 
Brydges and Broyles, P.Q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Campbell and Gregory, P.Q. 
610 Board of Trade Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 9 22 4T 

Plaintiff, 
against 

RALPH K. WILLIAMS, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

An affidavit having been made 
due diligence has been used on or 
in behalf of the complainant to 
find in which coi^nty or corpora- 
tion j|ie defendant is, without ef- 
fect: the last known post oifice 
address being. Route 1 Box 1015, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in his surt. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN v. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D.C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry 
1369 La^n Road, 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 15 4T ; 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
Tfe CITY OF VIRGINU BEACH 
ON THE 29th a^Y OF SEPTEM- 
BER, 1986. 
RE: Paul Henry Herman. 

Deceased 
ORDER TO SHOW CAUl^ 

II appearuig that the report of 
the accounts of Virginia National 
Bank, Norfolk, Virginia, executor 
af Paul Henry Herman, deceased, 
and of the ddbts and demands 
against the estate has been filed 
in Lhe Clerk's Office, and that sue 
months have elapsed since the 
qualification, on motion of the per- 
sonal representative; it is ordered 
tiiat the creditors of. and all oth- 
ers interested in, tiie estate show 
cause, if any they can, on the 18th 
day of November, 1966, before Uiis 
Court at its courtroom against the 
payment and deHvery of the estate 
to the tegitfees without requiring 
reminding bonds. 

It is further ordered that tiie 
foregoing portion of this m-der be 
publidied once a week for two suc- 
cessive weeks'^ the Virg^a 
Be«A Sna, a newspaper having 
general circulation in tlK City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy Teste: ' 
JOIN V. FENTRESS, Oeric 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D.C. 
I ask for this: 
Peter O. Miller 
29M Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Counsel for Executor 
. 10 6 2T 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 



AUTOMOTIVE 



g> AufwwobilM For S«lt 

1965 Pontiac, 4 door hard top 
Bonneville. Reason for selling— to 
settle estate. Can be seen at 209 
lOtfa Stre^. Virginia Beach. 

922 TFN 



BUSINESS SERVICES 

30 Appllanf Servic> « 

NOTICE! 
Contracto.'-j & Home Builders — 
Let us help you witli that new 
borne — additions — or repairs. 
We can furnish materials from 
basemeitf to attic and aid you in 
financing- 
Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 
(1) 426-2661 
426-3750 
426-^37 
tfn 

BUSINESS SERVICES 
30 Appliance Service* 



VACUUM CLEANERS — Hoove)-, 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient lepairs. Pick up and de- 
livery. Phone 42M222. Pud 
Fded it Building Supplies, Inc. 

tta 

31 Building — Re pairing 

PAJENTING wanted Small jobs, 

interior or exterior. Call 428-7586. 

98 TFN 

36 Home Maintenarc^ 

Cleaning chimneys and fireplaces 
— repairs. 

Atlantic Builders & Maintenance 
Corp.. 211 24th Street, Virginia 
Beach. 4M-'?S74 - Nights 428-7350. 
Something new! Stop Smoking! 
1 6 4T 

EMPLOYMENT 
40 Help Wanted— Female 



Waitress, experienced. Year round 
position. AK)ly Blue Flame Res- 
taurant, 1884 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
8 25 TFN M 

41 HtTp V/ented-^Male 

TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs man 
over 30 at once for Va. Beach 
area. Rapid advancement. Liberal 
fringe benefits. Must own car and 
be able to take shore trips. Sales 
experience helpful but not neces- 
sary. Write D. L. Dickerson, Pres- 
ident, Southwestern Petroleum 
Corporation, 534 North Main 
Street, Ft. Worth, Texas, 76101. 
10 13 IT 



10 SpecM NeHcM 



CANDiDS BY CASSAM^A. Avail, 
afak by phoaii^ iflMOee. between 
6 am] 9 AJIC 6 U ITN 

SEWEAVINO 

For a reaaoBible price — those 
Mtirts, pasts md itnifia-nis can be 
rMd^ fa- we« — aiqrwtHrtl CaU 



l-M 



f an 



CAB DRIVERS. Service men ac- 
cepted. No experienc:^ necessary. 
$85^125 weekly. We pay for City 
permit. Also free room rent. Safe 
way Taxi. 3762 Shore Drive. Vir 
ginia Beach. 464-6262. 9-2Wfn 

MANPOWER, INC. 
URGENTLY NEEDS 

Stenographers 

We have immediate assignments. 

many adjacent to Virginia Beach 
NO FEE 

Time off between jobs when de 

sired- work on these tanporary 

jobs when convenient to you. 

Phone now for interview and job 

assignment, ^-SOBl. 

Manpower, lac 
733 B(Hisfa Street 

5.27-tfn 

42 Help Wanted 
Male or Female 



Manager — Apartment-Motel. 

Lease, Ray-Anne Apartments, 
313 - 29Ui St., Virginia Beach, 18 
units, good man^fe operation, 
small investmaU. Write Trustee 
p. 0. Box 234, Virginia Beach, Va. 

10 6 2T 



CCMIPUIER 
TO SELL HOUSES 

Need 3 salesmen or saleswomen 
to sell houses electronically. (Xir 
COMIHJTER will select every 
hou% that meets your clients re- 
quirements in 2 minutes, from ap- 
proxinlatftly 1566 we have for sale. 
This ultraflfiodem sdloig technique 
is the greatest advance in Real 
E;stale sales in 50 years. You arc 
invited to 9^ ^e COMPUTCR at 
any time. Call J. F. Peters. 340- 
3232 or home, ffiiam. 



RoideBUal Sdes Cwpontioa 
S» TfifHa Beedi Boulevard 

■ 9 8TF?J 

43 Po>?fion Wanted— Fewele 

Excdlent ca«s lot children and 
infants Hour, jft^, week, week- 
ends. ReasoMMe. SU 2Ut %^eet. 
42B-679Q. 

929 ST 

44 Petition Wanted— Male 



TUTOR — Ehmoiuiry and Hi^ 
School aibjects. Norf<A w Vir- 
paia Beadi vea. 34M434. 6-9>tiD 



/MERCHANDISE 

90 Articles For Sale 



Overhead Wilson garage door with 
glass panes. Complete with run- 
ners.Superb conition. 9 by l^z 
feet. 425-1432. 

10 13 IT 



Accordian— Dallape Maestro Pro- 
fessional, 5 base and 12 treble 
switches, with amplifier pick-up 
and controls. Black and white. 
Excellent condition. $700. Lee Mc- 
Broonr., 340-8463. 

9 22 TFN 



RENTAL REA L ESTATE 

I 111 Apartments F'irniihed 

j New 1 and 2 bedrooms. Rates 
monthly, winter w yearly. Also 
I r^oms. Conveniently located for 
I s'.:oi^ping, bases and so forth. In 
I the Heart of the beach. Call 428- 
16713. 

922TFN 

2 bedrooms, living room, kiti^ien, 
ba'jLi. No peti. $35. monthly year 
round. CaU 428-1232. 

• 9^31 



SINGER SEWING MACHINE: in 
like new cabinet. ZIG-Z.\GS, 
makes buttonholes, fancy stitches, 
darns, etc. Local party may as- 
sume paymei^ts of $11.14 monthly 
or pay complete balance of $48.60. 
Can be seen and tried out locally. 
If interested write: "National re- 
possession Dept.," Mrs. Dunn, Box 
814, Lynchburg, Virginia. 

10 6 4T 



Black ladies cloth coat size 14. 
Like new. Cost $150.00 will sell 
for $50. 340-3483. / 

10 6 2T 



93 Household Goods 



CARPET FACTS - I can sell first 
quality regular $7.99, Dupont 501 
continuous filament and Caprolon 
nylons $3.99 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
colors. Call Mr. Parker— MA 2- 
9816. a-24-tfn 

95 Lawn-Garden Supplies 



GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT. 
Write for Free Copy, Planting 
Guide-Catalog in color, offered by 
Virginia's largest growers of 
Fruit Trees, Nut Trees, Berry 
Plants, Grape Vines and Land- 
scaping Plant Material. Salespeo- 
ple wanted WAYNESBORO NURS- 
ERIES, Waynesboro. Virginia 
22980. 

10 6 4T 

109 Apts., Fum.— Unfurn . 

ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartment 
Year round. Call 428^666 or 428 
2724. 3-17-tfn 

110 Apartments Unfum. 



Duplex Apartment — 2 bedrooms 
and bath. Stove and refrigerator. 
Large living room with dining 
area. Kitchen. Nice yard. Can be 
seen at IKl A Michigan Avenue 
—Oceana, or call 428-1592. 

10 13 IT 



Duplex — 2 bedrowns, oil heat. 
Year round rental. Electric range 
and refrigerator furnished. 315 
22nd Steet. Call 428-1940 or 428- 
3113. 

10 6 TFN 



Ul Apartments Furnished 



BLUE MARLIN LODGE 
211 Pacific Avenue 

Bachelors or couples. Completely 
furnished in liAcu^ decor. All 
utilities, full kitchen and dining 
area. Ready for living — just 
bring your saitoase. Come see for 
yourself. Call 4^-6114 or 428-5©I. 
929 TFN 

3 or 4 room apartment. Summer 
rental or all year round. Call 428- 
2213. 

8 18 TFN 



H. I. JAFFE AND 
ASSOCIATES 

.AFFILIATION 

GREAT AAffiRICAN 
MORTGAGE INC. 

BKAL RST.iTE U>.%\H 

BPETIAL SITl ,VTI0N8 

PHOXE I2«-7.57I 

til SITH 8T. P. O. BOX 228 

VIRGIVIA BEACH, V.%. 3:tl51 



PAINT 

SALE 

2070 Discount 

Dupont - SdigfMa 

DeHARt 

HARDWARE 

CO. 



iMnkxk Briifi 



9 1 TFN 



New eat-in kitchen, two b2drx>ms, 
living ^3om, hath. Apply 20S 19th 
Street. Call 428-95(B. 

10 13 TFN 



Austin's Court Motel Apartments, 
z06 - 19ih Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-rooni apartment 
and furnished rooms. Block 
from Bus Station. By wer-k or 
month. 

tfn 

Virginia Beach — 705 25th Street. 
.Micely furnished 1 bedroom apart- 
ment. Good storage space. Large 
yard and trees. Owner — 428-2253. 
9 29 TFN 



1 bedroorti efficiency apartments. 
$65 to $75 monthly. Convenient to 
sticpping, laundromat, theatre, 
ocean. Call 428-9435. 

825 TFN 



One bedroom, nicely furnished. 
Very comfortable and home like. 
Yearly rental to adults. No pets. 
Holland, 411 22nd Street. «8-2301. 
9 29 TFN 



1 bedroom. $55 monthly 'year 
round. Water furnished. Call 428- 
5234. 10 6 TFN 

Oceana — efficiency apartment. 
Water fumi^Lied. Avaiktble im- 
mediately. Call 428-2030. 

10 6 3T 

1 bedroom, living room, kitchen, 
bath and large walk-in closet. Cen. 
trally located 4 blocks from beach! 
Reasonable rental. CaTifortable. 
Call 428-4960. 7 28 TFN 



Cavalier Drive, 3i8. 3 and 5 room 
apartments furnished. Modem, air- 
conditioned. Yearly. Call 428-420f 
or MA 2-4575. 7 21 TFH 



.APARTMENTS - Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper Realty, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, 428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 

3-2-tfn 

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apartment. Call 428-7866 after 2 
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RBMTAL REAL ESTAtl 

116 Business PI«€M 
For Ren t __^ 

store. 317 17th Street. November 
1st. %m. roonaily. CaO VMm. 
(Across frwn Colonial ftore.) 

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370/ Wifma Beach Bwilveard 
Office aid retail store space avail- 
able Brand new. beautiful, two 
sttry elevated building. Ideally k>- 
ca,.eti between Pembroke Square 
and Princess A.ine Plaza. Call By 
ler Realty. 340-8081 or 3403805. 
12-9-ttii 

real estate for sale 

1 1:4 Houyes For Sale 

Wolfsnare Plantation. ^32 Planta- 
tion Drive. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths k 
large den on corner lot. $21,900 
Mr. DeHart, 340^91, 340«11, 340- 
497L 8 25'IFN 

Wolfsnare Road, No. 1815. 3 tod- 
rooms, 1 br.th with car port. $12,- 
500. DeHart 340-8591. 34D-8J11, 340. 
4971. 8 25 TFN 

3 and 4 bedroona. 2 oath, brick. 
Ranch and 2 story homes. G.I., 
F.H.A. financing available. Call 
Ancf»r Realty anytime. 428-7421. 
Member of MLS and NLS. 12'9-tfn 

125 Lots For Sale 

LACK BAY - On Gum Bridge 
Road neai Charity Church. 2''« 
acre. Ready to build on. Price 
$2,200. Phone 340«11. 3404971, 
340-8591. 3-31-tfD 

1 lot 75 by 100 feet. Corner Caro- 
lina and Caribbean, Sha<bw Lawn 
Heights. City water and sewerage. 
Go:-d and high with plenty of 
trees, paved streets. $4400. direct 
from owner. Will finance. Meets 
zoning demands. H. 0. Brown. 
3102 Pacific Avellue. 428-3244. 

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BOOKKEEPING 

GOOD J(»S ARE WAITING! 

New Classes: Oct. 24 
Day and Night School 

Princess Anne 
Business 
College 

A Dhiskm of Norfolk CoDege 

3707 Va. Beach Bhrd. 

(2 Blodcs West o< Prfeieess 

Aime Plaza) 

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COAST GUARD OFFICER CANDIDATE - Charles H Eason of 
UK Ptmtiw: Road, Vn-gfaia Beadi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey V. 
EasM, Poin^ataa. Virgiaia receives the traditkmal "new style" close 
htk-aH HVOB catering the U. S. Coast Guard Officer Candidate 
Sdieal at the Coast Guard Reserve Training Center in Yorktown, 
Virgida. He wffl nidergo four months of theoretical and practical 
iM^mctiM aad training itf the Officer Candidate School whict^ will 
lead 1« a conuntesioB as an EInsign in the U. S. Coast Guard. During 
the randnder of the fall, he will be engaged fai academic classes and 
ridpboard traintaig whicfa wOl taicfaide a short cruise to Nassau 
aboard a Coast Guard cutter. (Coast Guard Photo) 



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Six Members 
Inducted Tues. 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The Ex- 
change Club of Vrginia Beach has 
announced the induction of six 
(6t new members into the club at 
a meeting held on October 4, 1936. 

The new manbers are: Michael 
F. Tennyson, T. J. Wool, A. M. 
Brooks, Jr., James G. Reid, Jr., 
Edward R. Wall and EdT.und M. 
Moir.''. Thf induction ceremjny 
was conducted by Mr. G. Richard 
Brown, Vies President Virginia 
District Exchange Clubj and Ken- 
neth Candcn, Director Division I, 
Virginia District Exchange Club. 

At this meeting a film was 
.?hown, called "Key Plays in Pro- 
Football." 

The Virginia Beach Exchange 
Club will conduct its annual Pan- 
cake Party Wednesday. Novem- 
ber 9, 1986. Pancakes and sausage 
along with juice will be served 
from 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. during 
the day. Donations are $1.00 for 
adults and $.50 for Children. This 
will enable all participants to eat 
all the pancakes they desire at 
one sitting. 

The Pancake Party funds will be 
u.sed for club projects such as the 
."scholarship fund for a deserving 
fiigh school senior and the instal- 
lation of Freedom Shrine Docu- 
ment.? in the local schools. 



Hj NeUhliors 





". . . And I've been here for 
hours without so much as a 
nibble!" 



Ilamion H. Bro, Ph.D. 



Bro To Speak 

VIRGiNL\ BE.'\CH-The .\ss3ci- 
aion for Research and Enlighten- 
ment will open its Sunday Forum 
season on Sunday, October 16th at 
3:30 p.m. with a lecture by Dr. 
Harmon H. Bro of Evanston, Illi- 
nois on "What Edgar Cayce Saw: 
The Creative Forces of Modern 
Man." Dr. Bro is a theologian and 
psychotherapist. As a young man 
he spent several months in the 
home of Edgar Caycfe observing 
the daily readings given by Edgar 
Cayce, later writing his dortoral 
thefiis on this phenomenon. 

A period for questions and ans- 
wers will follow the lecture, after 
which a social hour will be held 
and coffee served. This event is 
open to the public. Further infor- 
mation may be obtained by calling 
ILie Association. 



Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greenspoon 
of Ocean Ranch Motel and Mr. 
and Mrs. Richard Hunter of Mar- 
iner Motel in Virginia 'Beach, will 
attend the Silver .Annversary con- 
vention of Quality Cwirts Motels, 
Inc. October 9-12 at the Fontaine- 
b'"au Hotel on Miami Beaph, Flor- 
ida- 
Quality Motels, one of the na- 
tion's oldest and largest motel sys- 
tems, h.aj nearly 500 franchised 
n:ot:ls in operation in over 350 
U. S. and Car.adian cities. In ad- 
dition, francii:s2s for more than 
200 new motels have been issued. 



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Irene Leache Literary 
Contest Rules 



The Irene Leache Manorial As- 
sociates of the Norfolk Society of 
Arts ^innouaces the following 
rules and cash prizes for its 48th 
literal^ contest for 1967. 

Tnere are sue literary contests. 
Prizes will be presented and the 
prize winning entries read at the 
Spring Festival which will be held 
March 31st at the Norfolk Musetim 
of Arts. Competitions are c^)en to 
all liviqg within the State of Vir- 
ginia and to any member of the 
Norfolk Society of Arts regardless 
of place of residence. Contestants 
must be at least 18 years of age. 

PROSE CONTESTS: 1 - The 
Garnett Memorial Prize of $50 for 
a shart story between 1,200 and 
3,000 words, 2 — The Fannie Rog- 
ers Curd prize of $50 for an essay 
between 1,200 and 2,500 words. 

POETRY CONTESTS: 1 - The 

Helen Wood Rogers prize of $50 
for a lyric, 2 — The Sallie Shep- 
herd prize of $50 for a sonnet in 
any form, 3 — The Anna C(^well 
Wood prjle of $50 for blank verse, 
4 — The Welen Evans Ferguson 
prize of $50 for free verse. No 
piece of petry can exceed 30 lines. 

A contestant may compete in all 
classes but may submit no more 
than one entry in each contest. 
All material must be typed. In the 
poetry contests two copies, one of 
which may be a carbon copy, must 
be sent in each class. Each entry 
must be signed with a fictitious 
name, accompanied by a sealed 
envelope contaimng the name of 
the poem, essay or short story, 
the real name, address and tele- 
frfKMie number of the contestant. 
The outside of the envelope shouW 
bear the name of the entry sub- 
mitted as weD as the name of the 



Centers Greet 
Highway Users 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Official 
state welcome centers will soon 
greet Qcean Hiway travelers as 
they enter most of the states along 
the scenic north-south coastal 
route, according to John W. Fox, 
chairman of the Ocean Hiway 
Association Information Station 
Committee. 

■nie existing and proposed state- 
operated welcome centers are 
aimed at getting more ti*avelers 
to stop and visit the many cities, 
resort aeeas, attractions and 
points of interest in Virginia, North 
Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia 
and Florida. 

On a smaller scale, the Ocean 
Hiway Association is establishing 
information stations along the 
Ocean Hiway throu^ facilities 
provided by cooperating businesses 
and civfc organizations. 

The Association now has 25 in- 
formation stations along the route 
from 'Maple Shade,N. J. to Bruns- 
wick, Ga. Plans call for setting 
up additional stations in Fk>rida 
and in areas of tht North, Fox 
said. 

Ah-eady established and in full 
operation are Georgia and Fk)rida 
state welcome centers on U. S. 17. 
Operated by the Travel Division 
of the Georgia Department of 
Industry & Trade, the Georgia 
center greets Ocean Hiway motor- 
ists as they enter Savannah via 
the Tabnadge Memorial Bridge. 
Entering Florida on V. S. 17, 
travelers are serviced by the Flor- 
ida Devek>pment Commission's in- 
formation office at Yulee, Ftorida. 

Other planned state welconje 
center progranu in Virginia, North 
Carolina and South Carolina will 
include locations on the Interstate 
Highways and on the Ocean Hi- 
way, which includes U. S. 13 in 
Virginia and U. S. 17 in the Car- 
olinas. 

■fte South Carolina Highway De- 
partnneiU will buiki one of the 
state's first welcome centers this 
year cm the Oc«in Hiway, a U. S. 
17 kxiation near the N. C.-5. C. 
state line north of Little River, S. 
C. Scheduled to be inope-ation for 
the 1967 season, it will be opo'ated 
by the South CaroUna State Devd- 
opment Board. 

IV Virginia State Highway De- 
partment recently announced a 
$97,434 construction owitract Im a 
future information office on U. S. 
13 one mile south of the Maryland 
state line on Vii^inia's E^astou 
Shore. 

The North Carolina D^sartmeot 
d Conservation & Devek^xnent 
has a U. S. 17 k>catMn included in 
its recommended progran of Siai^ 
wekoRM carters. 



Seoaid Ueuieiant George B. 
C!uin>ell, s(m (tf Mr. and Iftrs. 
Iffies L. C3i^^ ofl« n St., has 
cMwplelwf a pn^aming aad 
hiwl^mg course at the Army Fi- 
Scbool, Ft. B«^qJMwin Har- 
iBd. 



contest. No poems will be return- 
ed. 

In the prope contests only one 
copy need be sent. If any coirtest- 
ant wishes to have a pro.se entry 
returned, a large self-addressed, 
stamped envelope mast be en- 
closd or it must be called for in 
person. 

FaOure to conform with instruct- 
ions will eliminate work fiom ,the 
contest. All work must be unpub- 
lished, tlwugh not necessarily 
newly written, and not, at the 
moment, offered in any other con- 
test. We do not publish ^tries, so 
that they, remain the property of 
the contestauts who are at liberty 
to offer them later in other con- 
tests under other sponsorship. 

The date by which all entries 
must be received is January 29. 
All material should be in the 
hands of the chairman, Mrs 
James V. Brooke, 517 Graydon 
Park, Apartment No. 3, Norfolk, 
Virginia, 23507 by that date. 

New contestants are cordially 
welcome, and prizes have fre- 
quently been won by those enter- 
ing for the first time. 




Governor Mills E. Godwin, .fr., signs a statement caUing attention 
to Virginians tliat the Virginia Council of Farmer Cooperatives will 
observe Oct(Hber as Co-op Month. Looking on are (left) Thomas B. 
Hall, Jr. of Buckingham, presliient of the Virginia Council and 
Luther E. Raper, the Council's executive-secretary. Governor God- 
win's statements points up the role of cooperatives in Virginia's 
economy. It states: "JiHniBg together to increase their bargaining 
power and enlarge their voice in the market place, the members 
of Virginia's Cooperatives offer assistance to nearly one half million 
farmers and others. Engaging in a wide variHy of enterprises, 
they make a significant contribution to Virginia's economy." Co-op 
Month was celebrated las,t year in 20 states and the District of Co- 
Iwnb'a— more states are expected to observe it this year. 






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of peaches and pineapple 
blended into creanny 
Sealtest Cottage Cheese. 

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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1966 Two Sections 12 Pages 



SINGLE COPY: lOr; E^ MAIL $3.50 PER YEAR 



Clues Few In 
Paul Brown 
Robbery Here 



BRGINIA BEACH - A week 
after the armed '•(Abery of Vir- 
ginia Beach vice-mayor S. Paul 
Brown, at his hnme. there is 
"lutfortunately nothing new to 
report," according to a spokes- 
man for the Detective Bureat' 
of Virginia Beach Police. 

All leads are still being fol- 
lowed up, but there hsve been 
no major breaks jn the case, ac- 
cording to one detective. 

Two white men, one of than 
armed and boUi using strips of 
adhesive tape across their faces, 
broke into the home off London 
BrWge Road near Harpe.-s Road 
by breaking a glass pan.> in a 
door. 

W)en Brown went to nivesticate 
he was struck on the head. "Hie 
dileves then forced Brown to 
opei a floor safe. They took the 
money then bound and gagged 




54.7 PER CENT INCREASE SINCE I960 



Virginia Beach Tries Harder 
Now Only Nnmber 3 -- UVA 



HEAVY EQUIPMENT MOVES IN to speed up the Job of repairing bad sectims of road on South 
Lynnhaven Road. This part of the Job covers about two mites from Bow Creek Boulevard south- 
ward to Mason's Creek. (Sun Staff Photo) 

COMPLETION IN NOVEMBER 




South Lynnhaven Road Work 
Includes Widening, Resurfacing 



Brown and his wife and fled in 
a bght-colored car. according to 
Brown. 

It was about an hour later that 
■Brown freed himself and noti- 
fied police. 

First r^)or*s ind'cated tbat 
several thousand doliais had heeii 
tdten from the floor safe, but 
detedive later said that "several 
thousand" wouM be a high esti- 
mate. 

Brown was not severly mjured 
by the bkiw a;i the head and 
dk! not nqtire hospitalization. He 
is r^x>rted recoverii^ weD. 

The Brown's, both h their 60's, 
live in a house that cannot be seen 
easily from the road. Police sur- 
mise the robbery was aecomp- 
liMied by "professionals." 

Brown, formerly Chairman of 
the Princess Anne County Board 
of Si^rvisors, has beei vke- 
mayor of Virginia Beach since 
consolkiatkffi in 1963. 



ViRiCklAM BiEACH-Raad work 
:ip two separate sections of South 
Lynnhaven Road is progressing 
rapidly, acoordii^ to officials of 
iie Division of Stieets and Mid- 
ways'. 

The work, iiicluding widening, 
I'epairing fmd resui facing, began 
anly days after a Virginia Reach 
school bus was iorccd into a deep 
ditch by the side of the road 
on a curve near the new Kings 
Arms Aparbmenis Two days later 
an automobile was forced into die 
ditch in exactly the same -pel by 
the glare of headlights, aca)rd- 
ng to the driver who said he 
did not realize the ditch Aas so 
near the narrow road. 

Present construction work is 



Innkeepers 
Meet Oct. 26 



VrOGINIA BSACH-Tlie annua' 
meetii^ d the Virginia Beach 
Innke«p«-s ssociation will be 
hsM Wednesds^. October- 26, at 
the CavaUer. 

In^aSatkn of new officers will 
be hekl at that time. Scott Staling 
of the Princew Anne Hotd wiH 
hi auoceeded as pr^ideit of the 
«-8odatkm i^ Geor^ Davis of 
the Aeoka Howl. 

A large tiffn<»it is expected at 
the samal meeting, lite principal 
%p^iBa win be the executive 
vk^^r^kient ol tiie t^moican 
AiAjnxMe Anociatkm. Ge(H>ge H. 
Kacfalein (A WMhii«tai. D-C. All 
maaten of ti» Innkeepers As- 
aodatkm were ui^ to attend 
■Id to bring guetts. 



Jaycee Dinner 
To Be Held 



FRONT or GEN— 1-24 Jaycee— 

VIROINrj\ BEAni-Pa^ presi- 
dents and life members of 
the Virginia Beach Junior 
ChanJ[)er of Commerce will be 
honored at a diimer at the Black 
Angus Restaurant on October 25. 
The affair will begin at 7:30 p.m. 

The Virginia Beach Jaycees 
were organized ir. 1946 under the 
i^is of L. Shields Parsons. Jr., 
who was ttien president of the 
Norfolk Junbr Ch-mber of Com- 
■nerce. Parsons will also be 
iresent at the dinner. 

No special speaker has been 
^heduled. Rather, the history 
-){ the organizalion will be pro- 

ented through brief talk; of 
'ho past presidmls and li'e 
members. 

L'fe meffrbers bsar the title by 
virtue of their havirg labored 
^utrlandingly ii the Latere it ol 
he Jaycees. 

Li'e m«nbers arc: 

Rcbert M. Evan?, Charles H. 
"^orbps in. Jimes W. Griffiths. 
Maur'ce J. Hui'Ser, Willard W. 
Wa^bum, Ted Ket-nilcs. Monroe 
N. Farmer. William P. Dod'cm, 
■Jr., and Jack J. Osmond, (fee 
Mfe member, Jdm S. Brock, is 
■iecsased. 

Past {HT^dents are: 

Owen iMoore, Louis E. Guv, 
Irhi Tirker, Frank iW^i'tehurst. 
"riffin Deal, .John Taliaferro. 
Howard O. Kihn, 0. Howard 
Nations. Wli«« D. IWjertson. 
Rliae W. Adams, C. B. Owais. 
C. Ua«x}od ClemeMs, Gene A. 
Jbyna*, Geot^e F. Dardoi, Me 
H. Beasley. J. Fletcha- Bry«A. 
Aadre Evans sixi E^mmette C. 
Skinner, Jr. 

DooaU I. TtKtxvm k tibt curraa 
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divided into two parts, separated 
by an already itnfirovcd |iv«- 
blodt saction betwten Bow Creek 
IBou>evard and Htunespun Road 
in the Bowling Green Acres 
section of Princess Anne Plaza. 

A tiwo-mile section stretching 
southward frwn Bow Creek Boule- 
vard to a narrow bridge over 
Mason's Creek near Holland Road 
has been dug up by heavy equip- 
ment. Ctirrently it is being 
smoothed and widened in prep- 
aration for resurfacing on the 
new 24-foot roadway, replacing 
the old I8-foct rosd. The road 
has not been closed to traffic 
durir^ the construction. 

From Homespun Road north- 
ward to another recently-im- 
proved bridge ov«- the Creek, 
the road is also being dug i^, 
smoothed out, widened and re- 
surfaced. Construction m this 
area forced closing the road for 
a time while new concrete 
culverts were laid and the road 
widened over th«n. 

Frwn the bridge northward to 
its intersection of the new Vir- 
ginin Beach-Norfolk Expressway, 
South Lynnhaven Road remains 
curvy, and bumpy. Tliere are 
deep ditches en either side <rf 



the road and no shoulders. There 
.^c plau to )>egia work on tiu4 
section of the road i;i the near 
future. It was cun^etely re- 
suifaced with gravel and tar 
about a year ago. 

Work on the sections of South 
Lynnhaven Road now under con 
struction had originally been 
scheduled for the spring of 1967, 
but was moved ahead when the 
accidents happened in rapid suc- 
cession. 

A group of irate parents went 
to City Council and "demandi'd" 
thai something be do.ne about the 
road or that sci;ool buses be 
given an alternate route. 

Alternate routes were studied 
and found not to be feasible; 
therefore road work began almost 
immediately. Still left unrepaired 
and bumpy is the short sectwn 
of road between the narrow bridge 
southward to Holland Road, but 
this work is included in the 
present constructron woric. 

Cost of present projects, ex- 
pected to l)e finislied in ^x>ut 
a month, is estimated at approxi- 
mately $35 to $40 thousaiiid, wc- 
cording to Charles Kiley, Director 
of the Oeparrment of Pubiic 
Works. 



VIRGINIA BEACH - City of- 
ficials may not ntcc-siarily agrcj 
with the exact liguit,of popuhtlj.n 
of Virginia Beacn, bit they are 
"pleased" that a recent stitlstical 
report shows the cily "number 
three" in population in Virginia. 
.\ report made public by the 
University of Virginia's Bureau 
of Population and Economic Re- 
search shows that Virginia Beuch 
has grown from a population of 
85,218 in 1960 tn laLSW in 19%. 
The new population figure thus 
nascs out Newpi>rt News for the 
third spot in the state. Newport 
News has a population of 131,624, 
according to the report. 

The sheer number of people 
residing in Virginia Beach in 
'968 is not in its.?lf important, but 
the fact Chat the. figure represents 
a 54.7 per cent increase in si:4 
vears is considered extremely 
important. 

"Hie increase meved Virginia 
Beach up the ladder four places 
'o, a spot behind onl^y 'Richmond 
:3ffd'NorWk. The rew frgurcs M^ft' 
be used by the state in distribu- 
tion of state sales tax money 
vhich is returred to localities 
',n the basis of population. 
Virginia Beach officials believe 
he city's population should be 
closer to 150,000. and they plan 
'0 meet with the buremi officials 
who drew up the report to see 
what can be done ::b3ut it. Thay 
•idd that they arc not filing a 
formal protest but feel thai seme 
"reoSnsideration is due" 

Virginia Beach City Manager, 
W. Russell Hatchett., the 20,000 
difference not'wiihstandiiTg, said 
he is "delighted" with the new 
standing. 

"Our increase in five years 
has been more than' the entire 
city of Danville", ne said smiling- 
ly. Danville is not ranked in the 
top ten cities m Virginia and 



has a population of less than 
50,000. 

Hatchett a^d^:!, "more people 
are finding out this is one of 
ths finest places in the world to 
live. We don't have many pcu,ile 
who are one tinrie visitor;. If 
they ca.Tae, they ccnae back, 
most cf them to stay." 

Virginia Beach officials, al- 



though they v/ill not m2k3 a 
forma! prediction, feel that the 
city will continue to grow in the 
same rapid ma.aner in the next 
few years and will eventually 
move up anoiner nctch in the 
population ranks with its "eyes" 
on the top. 

Undeveloped resources and open 
land, a^ well es industrial and 



re.?ort opportu.iitles are all ex- 
pected to continue to nrMJsiiroom 
th2 population in Virginia Beach. 
Favorable tax and economic 
structures are ai-o cited as prime 
reasons for continuing growth. 

One city of.'icial put it we'l, 
when he laid with a -mile, ''we 
try harder. We're oaiy number 
three." 



Area Democrats Dine On Steak 
And PoUtics At Dome Tuesday 



VIRGINIA BEi'.CH-This city's 
Democrats talked shop over the 
steak plates with fellow Demo- 
crats from Norfolk, Por'smr.uth 
and Chesapeake at a fu.'".d raising 
dinner Tuesday ni','hl in the Con- 
vention Center. 

Shop ta!k cen'.ercl around the 
j:3i ty's ca^^diditgg for U §^, 



brief remark? included invita- 
tions to barbccLK's and similar 
rallies planned in their areas. 

Kellam also introduced wives 
cf party members who were seat- 
ed at the speaker's table aid 
party leaders who were in the 
audience. 




Sen. Harry F. Byrd. Jr. 



Absentee Vote 
Procedures 



School Board Defends System 



By Douglas Barnes 

V'RGINLV BEACH - With a full 
attendance of determined and de- 
cisive school board m«nbers, and 
backed by the appearance of all 
■upervisors, school suoerintend- 
enti, executive personnel and 
school officials, J. W. Buffington, 
chairman and Frank W. Cox, Supt. 
of Si-iools, let it be known tp all 
dissenters and a(|verse critics of 
the Beach's school system that, 
it; curricula and its teaching staff, 
wer: tops. ' 

The ccca«k« biwight about the 
reading by E. E. Bricknell, sec- 
ondary schoDl administration di- 
rector, represerting the entire sA- 
ministration, of an elevoi page 
special report, after whkdi 0)x 
and the Board autN)rized the print- 
ing of 35,000 copies to be sent to 
parents and studeiMs throughout 
the city. 

■Oie purpose of the report was to 
dispute the n^ative date run in a 
three part series concerning the 
Va Beach SdwoJs by William K. 
Sevens and Frai* R. Bladtfonl. 
On Oct. 9. 10. nd ll. The Vk-- 
ginian Pibt ran the articles and 
Cm called them: "A series of 
caustic and n^itive apfMwaals of 
<mr schools." 

hSua tfie meetii^ in a pmoal 



interview with Mr. C<mc, he stated: 
"We are naturally disturbed by 
the Pilot's ruthless criticism of our 
school system and we do not feel 
that the series resembled the true 
situation. We have accetrted criti- 
cism, heretofore, and over looked 
it, and as Buff ngton said in the 
meeting: "I think we have a fine 
administrati(Hi for this fast grow- 
ing city now, third largest in tlie 
state." 

The lengthly report confirmed a 
true image of the school system 
with its quality educatan and pr> 
gressive curricula. It listed 
amongst other things: 

1 1 1 New tc artiers have curricula 
guides, other aid and in sen'vx 
training. 

(21 Remedial reading teachers 
are now assigned to 4 bf the city's 
30 elanentary scbods. 

13) The schools are well-equip- 
ped; the PriiKTipals do not have 
overtime a(hninistrative duties. 
Such enovations as team teachngs 
and original methods are not pro- 
hibited. 

(4) The idOoiAi have a low drop- 
mn rate and ■ hi^ perc^i^ of 
its students do go to Colle^. 

(5) aandardiaed teats over the 
entire system mdkate that the eie- 

(CoMtaied On Pi^ 4A) 



VrnGIMA (REACH— Going to 
be out of town Noyember 8? 

You'll miss your chance to vote 
in the national election unless, 
of course, you" act swiftly aivd 
get an ^sentee baltot. 

■nre procedure is a little in- 
volved so pay attention. 

First, call Mrs. Anna Cotton, 
'General registrar at tile city of- 
fkes, telephone 425 8111. She'll 

erd ycu an application for a 
•nail ballot. 

Fill out the application and 
mail it back to her, 

"Hie registrar will then check 
her bocks to determine t.hat you 
are a registered voter. 

Next, the certified a'^olication 
win be sent to Harry Bailey, sec- 
-etary of the Electoral Board. 
Bailey will mail you an absentee 
bal'ot. 

Mark the ba'^'ot in the Dre^'-r'' 
•>f a notary and mail it bnck to 
Bailpv m the s?1'-a^1'-e~s'*^ 
•»nvHnrp wh'ch cam** with 't H«»'" 
•<^ that if' o".fit«>4 ..-fh all t|,p 
"thers <w) election ni^it. 

R"ouert.<8 for rfMentee balbts 
nv»"^ be m»d° at least five davs 
prior to election dav wh-f^h is 
cutting it prettv ch^e. 'Do it 
ri^t now," iH^es Mrs. Cottoi 

A munber of voters w}» extjected 
to be out of town Novonber 8 
have iA«ac^ heeded her admo- 
nitiMi and affiled for mail bal- 
tota. 



Babcock Cas 



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Still Pending 

VIRGINIA B'E.\CH - There is 
nothing new to report in the 
murder o^ Mrs, Sylvia Babcock, 
59, whose body was found in her 
home near Long Creek Marina 
last nwnth. 

Viiginia Beach police have 
b:y?n continuing tl-,c!r investigation 
aiound the clock in the cas?. but 
there arc no "new leads", 
according to a .^pckesman in the 
Detective Bureau. 



Spong was am<i;,^t thos? \vh;i 
spoke at the dinner; Byrd. un- 
able to be present, was reprf- 
sented by his piknary campaign 
manager. Del, W C, Da.iiel. First 
District Congres--man Thomas N, 
Downing was aiso unable to be 
present becau-:e of i>ressing busi- 
ness in Congress, 

Sharing the spotlight with the 
candidates was former Gov, Col- 
gate W. Darden Jr., who.se re- 
marks to the 1,000-strong audience 

! reflected his concern for the over- 
ly confident attitude noted 

! throughout the party's rank and 

I file. r 

Spong voiced a similar con- 
I cern. adding that this bck of in- 
j terest appears on the national ' 
I level as well. j 

Sidney S, Keilam was master j 
of ceremonies. He introduced rep- : 
rerentatives from Norfolk, Ports- ! 
mouth and Chesapeake whose 1 



Rep. Iliomas N. Downtaig 



Riganto To Speak 
To Home Buihters 

The Tidewater Association of 
Home Builders will hold its aruuial 
membersh^) meeting and electron 
of officers and directors on Tues- 
day evaiii^, October 25th, at the 
Bow Creek Golf & Country C\vh 
commencii^ at 6 p.m. 

The speaker of the evening will 
be Mr, Maury Riganto. C«n- 
missioner of Parks and Recre- 
ation. City of Virginia Beach. He 
will discuss current and future 
planning for pa:ks and recre- 
ation facilities in the city. 




VkglBia Beach recehret a ^eial Citeltai frwi the Aaacfkaa AstanobUe Asaadada Iv lb Ml 
Cttwaltv Record work fai Peikstriaa Saf^. GovCTaar M^a GmIwIb ^etarted te mmutA ta Ow 
eit7 effidals attaidli« t^ ktmai Safrty Aww4 Laacheoa beU ki Rktewad. Left ta ri^ U. C. B. 
BaOey, PtMgx Traffic Conynaado-; Mr. Ragn- Scatt. Aaalala^ ta the Oty 
Gadwhi nd Reeves E. J i h a s o a. City Mfcte af Safe^. 



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The masrriase d lfis$ ClariiHia 
West Hirtbarn of Pembroke, Has- 
sadnia^ts and Paul Hkbael 
CougUin ci Shewiibury, Massa- 
chusetts took place at 12 o'ckxdc 
nooD 00 Odidter 15 k the Naval 
Air Base CSepd in South Wey- 
taaudx, Maa. 

Tltt bride is the dau^ter of 
Captaio Vincent LaForest Hathorn 
(IKN R^> of P«nbroke, and Mrs. 
Arrclee Fitch HafK»rn of Virginia 
Beach. She is the granddau^ter 
<rf Mrs. Francis Ellery Fitch of 
Vii;gjua Beach and the late Com- 
mande- Fitch, and d Mrs. La- 
Forest Hatlxnn of Pittsfield. 
Maine, and the late Mr- Hathorn- 

Hie brid^room's parants are 
Mr. Jotm Jos^ Couglin of Shews- 
bury, and he is a grandson of 
Mn. Anthony Sanres of Boston 
aod the late Mr. Sances, and of 
the 1^ Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph 
Cou^ilin of Boi$ton. 

"Bit Reverend llioinas D. Don- 
Od^ of SL FYands Xavier Par- 
ah. South Weymouth, Mas& po-- 
fonned the Nuptial Mass. 

Givai in marriage by ber father. 

"jbe %xire a ^wn d peau taffeta 

ittd vieaese lace, fashioned with 

mpare neddine. cathedral length 

dtoeves, Btted bodice with natur^ 

waa^ie. flat front, full hoop skirt 

accented v^KSe lace with fidl 

, ipfc ii i to. <!■ n<|-.'Mi"lwui '< 

ptml &mm A>wB Id 4Hr ateuM- 

en. iSha owrnd a (facade of .iriiite 

rapei iritb ioiiafle In 1^1 acfwts. 

Urs. Mayaard AQea el Vn^bia 

ficpA acn«die mafrea «f hooar 

^ far Jkt sister. Bridwpia i dt. wcce 

. jfaiBaffaara I^w 8ul ^ m*- 

~ |||a(^. Pen ^hyama, and Miss 



Anne Gay Riera of Virginia 
Beadi. 

Young niece of the bride, Kim- 
bo-ly Elaine Allen, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Allen of 
N^ginia Beach, was flower girl. 

Daniel Qement Coughlin, broth- 
er (rf the bridegroom, was best 
man. Ushers included Rtrf)5rt 
Coughlin of Seattle, Washington 
and Steven Coughlin of Stiewsbury, 
Mass., brothers of the bridegroom; 
and Jefferey Charles Hathorn and 
Ellery Fitch Hathorn, brothers of 
the bride from Pembroke, Massa- 
chusetts. 

Foikwing a wedding trip to 
Bermuda, Mr. and Mrs. Coughlin 
will reside in North Providoice, 
Rhode Island. 

Antique Show 
Preview 

VIRGINIA BEACH - A pre- 
view of precious anticfues was giv- 
en to members and guests at the 
Priocass Anne Woman's Club 
-biithday luncbecm bdd Tbesday at 
the Hne Tree Inn. 

Finds frsMn Shomeir's were on 
km lor iiupecti(Mi by the ladies 
and inckided a rare brass student 
kn^ kitcfaoi ut«isik, a small 
cheat, aad a sick-room pitc^r. 
^>tele» ft«m llDc*%aB'1« Flor- 
ida will be at Lhe club's sponsored 
atii annual Antiques Stow and 
Sale to be presented at the Alan 
B- Shepard Civic Center, October 
27 tiaougfa October 30. Daily houj% 
mil be from ii am. t&l 10 p.m.. 
aod Stfiday from 12 noon until 
7 p.m. 



Ocean Park 
WC Celebrates 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Ocean 
P:rk Waman's Club celebrated 
it> bJrthday by giving away a 
gift. 

A check at the Hermitage School 
rcvefi's t'"at lie library thare re- 
ceived one: a check for $100. 
Ixzm tile dub. 

Ti':: presentation was mai3 by 
;du:atio.i chair.oian Mrs. Cileries 
IcCoy gt the group's bnchcon 
neeting Oct. 12 in the Commodore 
Ci.b. Hermitage S:hool princi- 
s\, Mrs. R, K.Cole, accepted the 
check for ..le lib-ary. 

It wss Tie cl.b's 22nd birthday. 

Helpr.3 thenti celebrate was 
Ciiaries Daws, music teacher for 
tills city's public schocU. and 
Mr-. Vick'e Latimer, Clianti 
Schcol r?pres2nt3tive. 

Among the guests were club 
presidents Mrs. George .\ldridge, 
Princess Anne Woman's Club; 
Mrs. Noel Fall well. Cape Henry 
Woman's Club; and Mrs. Harry 
Fulford, Woman's Club of Chesa- 
peake Beach. Mrs. L. R. Roper 
from liie Chesapeake Woman's 
club attended also. 



I artu <sLine 



By OLCA EDWARDS 




Order your Christmas Cards early 
1 0^ of your purchase donated to 
your favorite P'.T.A., Charity 
or Cli^. 

Comer 2M A Atlantic Avenue 
Owner: Jean Cox PhiHips Mione 428-6970 




Miss Bosher Comm. 
Chairman At 

a 

R-MWC 

LYNCHBURG - Kitty Bosher, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 
George Bosher, 1044 Bobolink 
Drive, Virginia Beach, is chairman 
of decorations for the Senior Re- 
ception at Randolph-Macon Wom- 
an's College to be held on Oct. 28. 

Tiie Senior Reception is a form- 
al affair, arranged and executed 
annually by members of the senior 
class. It is given in honor of the 
faculty, and administration. 

Miss Bosher is majoring in soci- 
ology and spent her junior year in 
Glasgow, Scotland, at the Uni- 
vers'ty of Glasgow. 



Alanton GC 

VIRGINLA BEACH - Mrs. E. 
A. Hoffineister will demonstrate 
pruning techniques to members 
of the Alanton Gardao ,Club 
Wednesday, Oct- 26, at a nwrning 
meeting in her home, 500 Cava- 
lier Drive. 

The njeeting will be followed up 
wtfa luncheon in the ifflack Angus 
Restaurant. 



RV. Garden Club 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Oc- 
tober meeting of Pocahontas Vill- 
age Garden Club was held recently 
at the home of Mrs. W. C. Riter 
with Mrs. Miles Kishbough serv- 
ing as co-h(Ktess. 

A lecture on the use of color 
was given by Mrs. G. Hamilton. 

The two guests- made welcome 
were Mrs. W. F. Mw^n and Mrs. 
W. S. CarroD. 

fikie ribbons were awarded to 
Mrs. 0. J. Fortin, Mrs. J. D. 
Davis, and .Mrs. L. M. Carroll. 



Text * RiotM By Douglas Baines. 
Guest Writo* 

Throughout the years we have 
attended many conventions, tsm- 
inars and woik^^ops cor.n3ct:d 
witfl our varkd caresrs, but our 
firit Virg'^ia Press Woman's Con- 
vcctior>, when we flnaOy learned 
tl.at membsrship was ours at 63 
was more excitirj and mare chal- 
lenging than any ether. 

It was an humbling and gratify- 
ir.g expenaice; it was a "blast", a 
"am' \ an actual party from Tr'i- 
dy night till a.'ter lunchjon San- 
day, woA for this we are indebted 
to t.ie Virginia Beach Sun in gen- 
eral, and to Ruby Jcaa PhliUps, 
Doris Padrick and Myrtle Barnes 
in particular. 

250 women from all over the 
state canvenid al The Chamberlin 
Hotel at old Point Comfort. Fort- 
ress Monroe, to attend lectures, 
and workshops, conducted by mas- 
ter writers. With such titles as 
News Writing by John Leard, man- 
aging editor of the Rkhmond 
Timec-Dbpatdi, Photography Jiip 
Lireigood of the Hampton Daily 
Press. Women's and Feature 
Writing, by Alf GoodykooE^ 
Women's News Editor and Special 
Projects Editor, of the Richmond 
Times-Dispatch, Public Relations 
and Free Lance, by Donald J. 
Gcnzales, and Opinion Writing by 
John O. W. Gravely, m. Editor of 
the Virginia Gazette, we learned 
from Leard, "Be objective, fair, 
accurate, clear, complete, infor- 
mative and interesting;" from 
Llvergood, "Be certain to use 
imagination in your picture taking; 
from Goo.:ykoontz.'' Being a Wom- 
en's editor is challenging; details 
are important to them we learned 
much. 

After registering Saturday morn- 
ing, we unpacked our basic black 
and painted evening slippers, and 
noted the spacious rooms and ex- 
cellent service, overlooking Fort- 
ress Monroe, where we left the 
group, on Sunday to hurriedly 
tour the parapets, the Mariner's 
Mui;um, and the historical Jef- 



Lake Joyce GC 

BAYSIDE - A lecture on Ma- 
donnas highlighted the first fall 
meeting of the Lake Joyce Gar- 
den Club, and was presented by 
Mrs. Frank J. Lucanish who used 
her rare and beautiful ccJlecUon 
gathered from around the world. 

Mrs. Lukanish is an accredited 
National Judge and the immediate 
past chairman of the National 
Flower Show School. She ex- 
plained the religious symbols and 
tile relation of plant material in 
color and texture. 

The club set the date of Satur- 
day, December 17, for the annual 
Christmas Greens Sale to be held 
at Bayside Hardware store. 

Judges from Lake Shores Gar- 
den Club awarded blue ribbons 
to Mrs. Robert L. Munn. ftfrs. 
M. K. Crockett, Dr. Ann Lee, Mrs 
A. C. Gordon, Mrs. H. K. Crosby. 
Mrs. D. C. Heath and Mrs: Cecil 
H. Reed. 



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ferson Davis Casemate, a.'ter at- 
tandmg clairch oa the grounds of 
the Fort. 

Dorte and Rnby Jean had bsoi 
hostesses Friday night for the 
Barksdale's Summer Theatre's 
production. ".Any Wedncsiay"; we 
ran into Mrs. E. R. Jubuon of the 
Beach, who had driven ov3r wii, 
Mark, hsr grand: on for luncli 
each was surpri-ed to see the oth 
er. Joy Hak'un drove up in a new 
blue station wagon, ready for her 
writuig award that night. Rolry 
Jeaa. Joy and Deria were grac- 
iois convcntio.! hostesses, and 
Helen Crist with Captain Crist, (U. 
S.N. Ret.> I he's r.jw traciiing at 
Virginia Wesicyan), arrived in the 
afterno'n as an award winner for 
her Beacon Coluoan. "33acli 
Party." 

lu th3 lobby Saturday morning 
we were given a large maoilla en- 
velcpe with bulletins, faivors galore 
(Cammy Scssa, also a first prize 
award winner, was responsible) 
and noted that General Paul Free- 
Bum, the husband of Mary Ann^ 
FisJiburn of our hcmetown. Roan- 
oke, was oitertaining us at a Code- 
tail Party before the Banquet. At 
Fort Monroe, where, as Conti- 
nental Commander he commands 
and "on any given day, USC(W- 
ARC will have in training, over 
215,000 men in during 1987. 
supervises and directs the en- 
tire Anny IVaining Command 
—and tens of thousands of men 
and women U.S.C.A.C.S. eadi 
year". The Ooditail Party was 
given on the same large so- 
phisticated scale, with a briefing 
by one of the General's aida?. at 
the hotel and, dressed in furs and 
flawl^ily fashioned, we were 
whi^ud down the winding hill to 
the historic Fort. A handsome 
slended silver haired man. A 
West Poiiiter who fought under 
"Vinegar Jce" Stillwell beribboned 
and bemedalled, he was ev"firy 
inch The General. 

Agnes Cooke, ending a 3 year 
tenure as president of the Vir- 
ginia Press Women, presided at 
the luncheon Saturday, where 
Tina Jeffrey, program chairman. 
Myrtle Barnes and Virginia High- 
gins, co-chairmen of the convent- 
ion, and other officers were greet- 
ed by Mayor Don Hyatt of New- 
port News and Irving L. Fnller, 
Peninsular Chamber of Cwnmerce 
member. 

Highlighting this luncheon, as 
speaker was attrectiva None (Mrs. 
Clinton) Brown, whose subject, 
"Keeping up with the Johnsons" 
ran the gamut of personal con- 
tact with Eleaantn- Roosevelt, 
Bess Truman, Mainie Eheidiower. 
Jackie Kennedy and Laby Bird 
Johnson in her coverage of these 

Prof Stern Speaks 
Tonight On UN 

VIRGINIA BEACH - In ob- 
servance of United Nations Day 
which is Monday. October 24. 
Professor Robert L. Stem, associ- 
ate professor of Political Science 
at Old Dominion College, will 
speak to the Norfolk Chapter at a 
dinner meeting to be held tonight 
at the Pancake House in Princess 
-Anne Plaza. 

"Ilie meeting will begin at 7 p.m. 





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Named VP 

VIRGLNW BE.\CH - Lucille M. 
Peacock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
A. R. Mailhes, has be«i named 
vice president of Uie fre^iman 
class at Grace Hospital School of 
Nursing. 

S)e is a graduate of Cox High 
Scbod. 



PROPER PROCEDURE 

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tec (iDctadtag Urtfa. deaite. 
ca0BgeiiieBta, weddiigs, drii 
laeettap, etc.) MUST came di- 
rectly (o the VbgWi Beadi 
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RegSotering the delegates in the lobby of %tel Cr^amberiaia is Doris Padrick of Ac Virginia Beach 
Sua. Oat of the assistant managers of the hotel is asidng "Is everything all right for you girls?" 
The answer was affhmative. 

ladies and their famous spouses. 
Nona is on the Washington Bureau 
of the New Yort Times. Eleanor 
was hard ta catch, but coopera- 
tive; Bess krved the small town 
gatherings; Mamie let Ike take 
over; Jackie detests invasion of 
her privacy, as much as J. F. K. 
liked H; L^by Bird, a pro at pub^ 
licity. is "with the writers" in 
every instance, while LBJ wants 
his own mterpretation of every- 
thing. 

Eugene Patterson, youngish Edi- 
tw of Atlanta Coastitutkio was in- 
trcduced as the speaker for the 
Awards Banquet, after amenities 
from Ann Kilgor, lady Mayor of 
Hampton and Mrs. Dorothy R. 
Bottom, vice-president, business 
manager, and editor of The Daily 
Press, Inc. Patterson was con- 
cerned with the nomination of 
Carter Maddox as Georgia's gov- 
ernor, and said that journalism 
was a hard field today, especially 
in the deep South, but nonetheless 
fascinating. .Awards went to Ag- 
nes Cooke, as Press Woman, of 
the Year, a Daughter's College 
Scholarship was awarded Tina 
Jeffrey's daughter; Doris, Joy, 
and Cammy were first place Win- 
ners. The flowers and table bou- 
quets were the work jf the Chesa- 
peake Garden Club of Hampton, 
and Eloise Hardy, while reserva- 
tions were handed by Madeline 
DuVal. 

A Postprandial Party of news- 
paper "women talk" was held 
into the small hours in the Daily 
Press Suite, where southern sparks 
flew at a disparaging remark 
about Robert E. Lee, but where 
informality, fellowship and fun 
prevailed. 

A Continental Breakfast on Sun- 
day was followed by the Annual 
Business meeting and a Sherry 
Party on the Roof Garden with 
the dazzling blue water as a pan- 
luncheon concluding the Conven- 
tion with the election of officers, 
the V.P.W. Award to Tka Jeffrey. 
presented by Polly Vonetes. 

GleM' Scott, Sunday Editor of 
the Pilot of Norfolk, author, hus- 
band and father, was a climatic 
speaker on "Good Books vs. Bad". 
ScoU specified West Hughes, 
Faulkner and Hemingway as 
writers who were not marginal 
but would last, sayii^ "Perhaps 
we all enjoy junk now a.nd then, 
but life outside fertility is also 
fascinating." 

T.se officers for the Virginia 



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Each year the Press Women award a Daughter's Schdarshlp for 
outstanding joornalisro to a college student. This year's award 
went to Tfaa Jeffrey's daughter here shown receiving the good 
news from Lib Wiley of Lynchburg's DaOy Advance. Seated is 
Agnes Cooke, outgotaig president of Virginia Press Women, and 
the Vbgiaia Press Woman of the Year. 

Press Women, elected unanimously pres.. Mrs. Myrtle Bamea. New- 

were: Vir*. Roth Barter of Rich- pprt-News fipies Hmahl, Sec, and 

mond. President; Mrs. Margie Mrs. Warren Williams, Treas. Tlie 

Fisher, Rimnoke Worid News, 1st convenUon will be held next Fall 

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SUver and goW add sparkle to 
the evening party scene this Aut- 
umn, used alone or for accent. 
Silver is the newly popular color 
and it takes over the after-five 
fashion picture. All kind of jewel 
tones anid jewel trim adds to the 
brilliance of the Fall party clothef 
collections. One of the outstanding 
numbers in a recent local fashion 
showing was a white crepe medie- 
val gown with jewel embroidery. 
One of tiie most unusual of the 
new jeweled dresses we've seen 
was a short dress by Valentino. It 
was a crepe caftan in a luscious 
peach shade with open back, fram- 
ed in a jewel-bordered overdress. 

Individualism is being played up 
in eollections now being shown 
in California , we understand, 
looking ahead to Spring. California 
designers concentrate in develop- 
ing their own style, and the 
istyles are widely varied and col- 
orful. Some clothes — like those 
designed by Michael Novareas, 
William Travilla or Dan Werle — 
have theatrical touches. Panels 
fly, midriffs fit, capes flutter and 
sequins sparkle on these clothes 
that are designed to make a wom- 
an look glamorous and important 
like a movie star. Many of the 
California designers, particularly 
famed Jean Louis, are at their 
best when designing clothes for 
evening. His beautiful chiffon 
dresses float to the floor from a 
halter of crystal beads or are 
anchored to ttie wrists by tight 
cuffs in the classic tradition. 

"Hie girl-on^a>t)u<lget can get 
plenty of color and sparkle into 
her after-five dothes without hav- 
ing to spend more than she can 
afford. Tlie stores are filled with 
modestly-priced clothes and ac- 
cessories made in America, or 
imported from Europe or the far 
East. 

PANTS TOO TIGHT 

According to CLOTHES maga- 
zine you stwuld "never underesti- 
mate the power of a woman even 
when she's wearing pants, par- 
ticularly if they are the new low- 




ON-THE-GO STAR-A striking black and white op-like chevron 
design of imported satin cloque is spotlighted in Lawrence of 
London's new collection of "International Coats." Simply but 
meticulously tailored fai double-breasted fashion with standaway 
collar to make the most of its understated elegance. Lightweight, 
wrinkle-riwddbg. packable, it could be the one go-ever}-where 
coat Cor the woman on the go! 



rise diin tight jeans." Thus dis- 
covered the plant manager of the 
International Paper Company in 
Gardiner, Oregon, when be fired 
five foot six incli Pat Morris be- 
cause she came to work in tight 
fitting pants, after being ordered 



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to wear something less revealing. 
Three hundred male workers 
walked off the job in the plywood 
mill, insisting that the 35 year old 
brunette should have been given 
written notice. As for Mrs. Mor- 
ris, her contention was that five 
other women employees in the pa- 
per plant also wore slacks to work 
without being discriminated 
against by management. 

Said Miss Morris: "I feel ter- 
rible about it, but I must say all 
the men are behind me." Which 
could very well be the reason why 
jeans are the biggest selling items 
in stores from coast to coast. Or 
maybe it's the package! 

FASHIONABLES 

Have you ever noticed your 
ireighbors, friends or club sisters 
each season to see what colors 
they favor? It's an interesting 
notice. Some fashionables wear the 
same colors season In and season 
out, others change with the sea- 
son. Mrs. E. Gilbert Keene, Cape 
Henry Woman's Club secretary 
favors shades of blue as her fav- 
orite but has many white wool 
costumes in her wardrobe. She's 
keen on green, too. "Rs interest- 
ing to note that she has been in 
club work, holding many offices, 
lar twenty two years! . . . Mnu 
WMllam P. Kellam loves the fit- 
ted shift style of dress. She's 
hoarding a glamorous gold and 
white brocade sheath and match- 
ing coat for its debut at just the 
right event. A Flor«ice Wilson 
beauty it is! .. Mrs. V. K. Al- 
mond, Jr., wtiose red hair is. her 
signature, prefers shades of brown 
—her favorite color — and rust 
tones. She also likes grey and 
recently received a fa^ion gift 
of a grape knit suit which, strange 
enough, complements her hair 
cotoring dramatically ! . . . Mn, 
George E. Hi^an, one of Tide- 
water's loveliest and most stunn- 



fashion models, prefers biege and 
camel tones in her wardnbe. 
FASHION FLASI 

If you're locking for sportswear 
coordinates with zing and colorful 
detailing drop in t3 Doris Zom's 
Fad and Fashion Shop at Rsbbins 
Corner. You'll find sizes 3-18 as 
well as junior sizes and missies. 
For high style there are the Don 
Sophisticates. Lady Hathaways are 
popular here, tao. This shop is 
open from nine-thirty in t.i? morn- 
ing til five thirty in tha evening 
and on Thursdays til nine P.M.! 
Recba Keeley, manager of the 
Florence Wilson Shop, enthusas 
about the glamorous new hostess 
pajama ssts that have just been 
received and also the Oleg Cas- 
sini slack sets in si'.k and brill- 
iant colors. Lovely new Tea' 
Traina gowns are here, too. Tti. 
holidays ahead will see many 
fashionable Virginia Beach ladies 
in these costumes. Resort are be- 
ginning to arrive at this smart 
shop! .. Neckwear has responded 
to the call of youth and fashion in 
the men's department of The 
Clothing Chest. You'll find excit- 
ing ties here in rainbow hues, 
giant-sized and wide-spaced pat- 
ters. Owner "Butch" Clark has 
wonderful suggestions for put-to- 
gtthers (shirts and ties* to lielp 
lady shoppers when they're look- 
ing for liiose special gifts for the 
Special Man. Traditional Neck- 
wear, by the way, is now 3 inches 
wide! 

GIFT GOODIES 

Every visit to the two Denton 
Gift Shops you'll find something 
new. Now, with only nine weeks 
away til Christmas, the new holi- 
day line of Hallmark cards at- 
tracts a shopper. Select your 
Christmas cards now and have 
them .personalized with your name 
right at Denton's. Denton's has a 
complete line of Halloween cards 
and party decorations, too! .... 
The friendliness and courtesy you 
find at Willis Hilltop when you 
visit this store makes selecting 
a wedding gift a delight. Such 
istunmng brass acoessories are 
to be found here along with beau- 
tiful sconces and wall pieces and 
a most interesting hne of glass- 
ware, especially the colored glass 
pieces! 



New Church 
Proposed 

VIRGIN I.\ BEACH-JDr. H. My- 
ron Kauffman, Executive Secre- 
tary of the Virginia Convention of 
Christian Churches with offices in 
Richmond, will address an open 
assembly at Trantwood Element- 
ary School tonght, Oct 20, at 8:00 
p.m. 

His address will be s.ponsored by 
state, district and local committees 
who propose to establish a new 
congregation of Di.sciples of Christ 
at the recently purchased five acre 
site on North Great Neck Road at 
Rose Hall Drive. 

Dr. Kauffman, who serves as a 
"state minister" to 200 congrega- 
tions, will describe the history of 
the Virginia Beach church project 
and explain its relationships to the 
state and national work of the 
Christian Churches. 

A question and discussion period 
will follow hLs presentation. 

The local sponsoring committee 
is led by Jes--e White of First 
Christian Church. Norfolk, Richard 
L. Markham and Fred Soles of 
Diamond Springs Christian CJiurch, 
Virginia Beach. T^ie proposed con- 
gregation will be the second of its 
kind in this city and will be^jn co- 
operative fellowship with other de- 
nominations. 



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Paula's long hair and short skirt and oversized purse makes her a stand-out in the Gth bell auto 
mechanics class at Prfncess Anne High School, but, the grease under her nails and oii-spattared 
apron and absorption tai "what makes it work" mark her as just one of the gang. Partner. James 
Nugent, appreciates her presence, as do the others. Needless to say, Paula also looks forward 
to "last bell" with understandable delight ... 



French Salon 
Meets Sun. 

NORFOLK — "Prometheus", the 
French version of the recently 
published book by the noted writer 
Andre Maurois on tCie life of the 
great French writer Balzac, will 
be given a reading m French by 
Mrs. Jacquehne Mandal Smith at 
the first meeting of the season of 
the French Salon of the Woman's 
Club to be held Sunday, October 
23, at 3 p.m. in the Club House, 
524 Fairfax ave. 

Mrs. Smith is a widely travelled 
Parisian, educated, mostly in Par- 
is, who has lived in, or visited 
some six European countries be- 
fore settling in America with her 
husband and family. At the pres- 
ent, she has a part-time position 
at the Freemason street branch of 
the YWCA, an occupation she had 
previously with similar work in 
Philade^diia. 

Readng from the book, she will 
give some exciting and illuminat- 
ing episodes from the life of that 
mast excentric and prolific writer. 

The French Sak)n, which has 
been functioning since 1950, is open 
to all interested in the caiversa- 
tional use of the French language. 
Students and teachers of French 
are especially welcmne. 

Mrs. Berttia Fanning Taylor is 
chairman and founder of the club 
which is sponored by the Wwnan's 
Club and by Pierre Sclwnitz, 
French Consul in Norfolk. 



Paula Meets The Mechanics 



Galilee Basaar 

VIRGINL\ M:ACH - November 
16 is the date set for Galilee Epis- 
copal Church's annual bazaar. 
Chairman in charge are Ann Over- 
man and Suzanne Vandersyde. 

The Knitting and Crocheting 
booth is in charge of Lois Turn- 
bull; White Elephants, JuKet 
Goode; and Christmas and Gifts, 
Dottie Schmidt. 



By Doris Padrick 

The auto mechanics' class at 
Princess Anne High School was 
just another classroom until 
this year! Then dainty and femi- 
nine Paula Lynn Moore stepped 
through the door. She grinned at 
the consternation of instructor, 
Ernest Davenport; she giggled in 
harmony with the boys' guffaws. 
But she had her schedule in her 
hand, she had been officially as- 
signed to study that course, and 
she was determined to see it 
through. 

Paula was not particularly me- 
chanically inclined; nor had she 
chosen that class because of an 
interest in engines. A peculiar 
chain of events, beginning before 
the fall session of school shaped 
her destiniy. 

The incoming so[Aomore class at 
PA had on its roll a Lyn Moore 
who is male .. Paula Lynn 
Moore is obviously a girl. How- 
ever, due to a irix-up In names, 
he received a gu-l's schedule to be 
filled out, while Paula received 
the boy's schedule. He appeared 
at the school office and got the 
proper schedule which solved his 
problem. 

Paula's schedule had listed auto 
mechanics as an alternate subject 
long with art. She bad checked 
both. The art class was filled so 
she was assigned to auto mechan- 
ics, much to the amusement of 
her family and the amazfSnent of 
her fellow (and, I do mean, fel- 
lows!) students. 

Bets were taken that she would- 
n't last a semester, but undaunted, 
Paula plunged into her strange 
vocatMn. 

Terms, such as mainifold press- 
ure, ignition, shocks, etc, were 
unfamiliar, yet she soon identi- 
fied the words with the thing-a- 
ma-jigs. Her test papers received 
good marks. She takes no advant- 
age of her femininity. Though it 
is easy to see all the boys are de- 
lighted with her presence and will 
show gentlemanly respect for hav- 
ing a lady among them, she re- 



mains "just one of the bays". 

They help her by tying and un- 
tying her apron strings. They tsafSs 
her. Paula takes it all with good 
sportsmanship. As the boys .say, 
"She's a good kid.". And Mr. Dav- 
enport says, "She is a good stud- 
ent." 

Paula's father, a truck driver, is 
proud of his younger daughter's 
ready adaptability to any situation 
and is helping her with her course 
by providing her with the lawn- 
mower engine— a necessary item 
to be torn down and rebuilt as a 
part of her studies at the moment. 
But she is doing all €'\e work her- 
self. The boys have their motors 
to be worked on also. Each one 
does the work at the shop-class- 
room at PA. 

Mother is a beautician. She owns 
and operates "Mildred's House of 
Beauty" on Virginia Beach boule- 
vard. Does she object to daughter's 
warii'2 "0£.eourae not. Sm's liv- 
ing a ball .. and learning some- 
thing important". Then she laugh- 
ed— "I do wonder how she is going 
to manage it though when they 
come to the part of the course that 
will require her to crawl under 
the cars!" 

Paula has an older sister, Pam, 
who is a senior at PA; and her 
brother, Dennis, grduated from 
Princess Anne last year. 

No one in her family is surprised 

■at Paula's caper^sh«'s Ihlfdjappy- 

iio-kjcky m«tiber"'- whttjis 'Midways 

ready for anything thar coBJes her 

way. 

When she corr-s home, her 
nails are imb :.!.-.! with grease 
and there may be an oUy smudge 
(Ml her freckled nose, but she's 
happy. Being the queen bee in a 
hive of busy workers, who would- 
n't be? 



Among the seven medical stud- 
ents at the University of Virginia 
who were initiated recently into 
Alpha Omega Alpha honorary 
medical society is John Markle 
Costenbader, son of Dr. William 
P. Costenbader of 406 49th street. 



Basaar Planned 

KEMPSVILLE - Pocahontas 

Village Garden Club has set No- 
vember 12 as the date for its Ba- 
zaar to be held at the entrance 
to Pocahontas Village. Narragan- 
sett Drive at the triangle. 

Among the many items to be 
available will be Christmas gifts, 
baked goQ'is, white elephants, 
plants, and dried arrangements. 

Meets Tues. 

VIRGINL'\ BEACH — The Wom- 
n's Democratic Club of Virginia 
Beach WiH meet Tuesday for lunch 
in the Ocean Hearth, Atlantic Ave- 
nue. Scheduled to speak are Mrs. 
WjiJiam Spong and .Mra. Thomas 
N. Downing. 

Mrs. Everette K. Wilson is pres- 
ident of the group. 

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We're Moving Up 



Some months ago, Virginia Beach 
City Manager W. Russell Hatchett had 
a sneaking suspicion that Virginia 
Beach had moved up the population 
ladder to a position of number three 
in Virginia. In fact he said as much in 
several speeches, but did not have any 
proof. 

Mr. Hatchett wrote a letter to the 
University of Virginia's Bureau of pop- 
ulation has IrKreased 54.7 per cent 
proof. He never received official con- 
firmation of his suspicions until a re- 
port was released by the Bureau. 

The report indeed confirmed Mr. 
Hatchett's suspicions. Virginia Beach 
has moved into the number three spot 
In Virginia. By actual figures, the pop- 
ulation has increaseed 54.7 per cent 
from 1960 to date, from 85,218 in 
1960 to 131,860 when the report was 
made. Now Mr. Hatchett confides that 
the report was made several months 
ago and that the figure is even higher 
now. 

Never before has any city had a 
man so fiercely proud of his city 
than is Mr. Hatchett. He delights in 
calling Virginia Beach the "1-2-3 city", 
i.e., number on*e in growth in Virginia; 
number two in area in Virginia; and 
number three in population. 

He also delights in discussing the 
promising future of Virginia Beach 
and can always find some reason why 
k man should move here rather than 
somewhere else^ Perhaps Mr. Hatch- 
elFts spirit has^'beert instilled in a lot 
of other folks too, because we are 
definitely now in undisputed third 
place. 

Taking up where Mr. Hatchett has 
left off, we predict that the city of 
Virginia Beach will give the two lead- 
ers in population, Norfolk and Rich- 
mond a real run for the money in the 
a)mlng years. Not only does Virginia 

TheBeach Employment Record 

In September the city of Virginia 
Peach set a new record of which it can 
be very proud. The ranks of those un- 
employed in our city were thinned to 
les$ than one per cent. And in that one 
Hionth nearly three hundred job open- 
irigs were filled by the Virginia Beach 
office of the Virginia State Employ- 
ment Service. One-third of those plac- 
ed were under twenty-two years of 
age. 

Job openings still occur in some 
specialized fields as well as in some 
non-specialized fields. The total labor 
force in Virginia Beach is now set at 
atx)ut thirty thousand. 

In all this good news, however, 
there are some alarming statistics. It 
seems that women are assuming more 
of the jobs available in Virginia Beach. 
Some employers say this is because 
fhere is a shortage of men qualified 
for necessary jobs but others say they 
are hiring wonSen because they will 
work for less money than men. 

It is perfectly obvious that a large 
number of working people living in 
Virginia Beach wcwk in surrounding 
cities, but this is a carry-over from the 
days when Virginia Beach had little in- 
t^jstry of its own and less openings for 
a large lalx)r force. 

Wfth a> little employment It would 
jeem that we have a healthy atmos- 
c^ere in Virginia Beach for growth that 
% bound to tajce place. 
^ W^ «ily hc^ rtiat employers do not 
^kd If tff^y difficult fof the men, 
^fe u$ual breadwinners, to get a job in 
^rtrginla toeach, by gh/ing the job jo the 
«w>men more rea'cfily 

We are plea^d that the employ- 
ment rata is so low and wi^ to ^e It 
ttmaih that way, b^ f^t at ^e ex- 
wisf ef anyone yAto is f uafif ie^. 



Beach have the land available for ex- 
pansion, but It also has an excellent 
economic climate attractive to industry 
and a resort area paralled by no other 
ar^a on the east coast. 

Virginia Beach Is growing up nof only 
in population but also in attitude, and 
in the next decade Virginia Beach will 
be entirely ready to take its place In 
the annals ^f mature cities after a 
humble beginning in 1963 when Prin- 
cess Anne County and the old City of 
Virginia Beach combined. That formed 
the nucleus of our city of today, and 
with people like Mr. Hatchett and 
others who have unfailing confidence 
in our city we cannot fail to become 
a power in the state of Virginia and 
on the east coast. 



What A Dump It Is 

Before two more years are gone, 
the City of Virginia Beach's dump, 
sewage disposal plant and refuse in- 
cinerator will be obsolete, outdated 
and unnecessary. The Hampton Roads 
Sanitation Commission is building new 
facilities that will make the approxi- 
mately 20-acre site off Laskin Road 
and Holly Road disposable. 

City Council has directed the Plan- 
ning Commission to find the best 
possible use of the site, much of which 
Is swBrhpf and mifShy. * * ' 

This could prove to be quite a job. 
But we will be extremely happy to 
see the smelly, smoky and absolutely 
unsightly area be used to advantage 
. . . whatever that is. We offer no 
recommendations, but we certainly do 
support efforts to do something about 
the ugly place. 

We realize the CPC has a difficult 
job ahead and we are not sure just 
what can be done, but the dump area 
has always been an eyesore and most 
of the marshy area could not be used. 
The land, so close to the beach is 
obviously potentially valuable and im- 
portant. Now all we can do is hope 
that some good use of the area can 
be found. 




Department By Any Other Name 

There is a department of the State department was conceived in 1877. At 
government which would like to that time it was known as the Depart- 
change its name. . .just a little. Such ment of Agriculture, Mining and Man- 
a change requires a State constitutional ufacturing. Near the turn of the cent- 
amendment and a referendum to ac- ury mining and manufacturing had 
complish it. One of the four ballots Vir- been taken over by other agencies, but 
ginia Beach voters will receive, there- the General Assembly added the im- 
fore, on November 8 at the polling migration duties and changed the 
places will be one seeking to bring name. The immigration part was short- 
about this name change. lived. The last time any immigration 

To change the name of the present duties were even exercised was in 

Department of Agriculture and Immi- 1945. So twenty years later, as the de- 

gration to the Department of AgriculV partment which handles agriculture 

ure and Commerce, to allow its leader leans more and more toward agricult- 

to be known as the Commissioner of ure and commerce, the name change is 

the department witb the new name being sought. 

and to allow the Board of the depart- There is little doubt upon examina- 

ment to be known as the board of the tion that the present name is a mis- 



department with the new name, re- 
quires fourteen lines on a separate bal- 
lot. 

The proposed name change has re- 



nomer, and that the new name will 
more accurately describe the nature 
of the duties of the State department. 
We therefore favor the name change 



ceived little publicity. Two sessions of and urge the voters of Virginia Beach 



Navy Week And Navy Day 

We join the Navy League of Amer- 
ica and the naval installations in Vir- 
ginia Beach and surrounding areas in 
celebrating Navy Week October 22- 
29. Navy Day has been officially pro- 
claimed by the Va. Beach Mayor and 
designated as October 27. On that day 
the City of Virginia Beach v?ill join in 
the celebration of Navy Day with 
Oceana Naval Air Station. 

Navy Day is merely one day of 
the year and Navy Week is celebrated 
only one week out of fifty-two, but 
we in Virginia Beach are quite proud 
to be associated wll+i the Navy every 
day of every week of every year. 

We never lose sight of the fact 
that the Navy and all of the armed 
forces are not only an Important part 
of our Virginia Beach economy but 
they are also an important part of 
our civic growth and maturity. And 
Indeed we must ^Kvays remember 
the \oh being done by these same 
menlbers of our armed forces for all 
of us both here and abroad. 

We salute the U. S. Navy during 

Its week. The cooperation ^iven ui 

? by ffie naval installations in the area 

has been excellent. We pledge our 

continuing support. 



the Virginia General Assembly have al 
ready approved the change, but now 
the voters must also do it. 

By the way of background this is the 
second big change in name since the 

A Relative Cain 

The Alan B. Shepard Civic Center in 
Virginia has made a relative gain in 
the past year. The operating deficit 
has been cut from nearly forty thous- 
and dollars to just above six thousand. 
It is still showing a loss, but what an 



to vote "FOR" the name change. That 
should settle the matter. 

The Future Of Rudee Inlet 

Perhaps now' that the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach has taken over the future 
development of Rudee Inlet things will 
get moving again. 

We do not question the action taken 
by the courts in the long and compli- 
cated case which challenged the right 
of the now out-of -business Rudee Inlet 
Authority to condemn land. We do not 
feel qualified to question the rulings, 



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roentary system meets the needs 
of the students. 

During the three hour long sess- 
km Leigh AnSeU, att/wney, rep- 
resenting TThe Peadi Tree Associa- 
tion of Realtors, presented to the 
body a nnap of Sect. 21 of Prin- 
cess Anne Flaw bounded on fte 
Bast bf Sou* LyiWttVai Road 
(formerly JjapleW) irta on the 
V/eA bf the London Bridge 
Creek, which he suggested as a 
new school area as H inclilded ex- 
ceUei^ drainage and diectrical 
fidlltlw. "i!hii IS acres would 
inek! a sizeable school area and 
^KJuW be iSaug^t for tfc^ pur- 
p6%:"sahl An^. 

Race Drivers 
Stump Beacfi 

VIRGINIA BEACH - How does 
a guy break Into automoWR rac- 
ing? 

"He'd have to start at bott<Mn," 
says Junior Johnson vdio is in 
town this week wrth Jim Paschal 
dnHTHTiing up interest in the sec- 
ond annual American 500 race at 
Rockingham, North Carolina, on 
October 30. 

Starting at tiie bottom means 
racing $50 heaps on dfat tracks 
in what's cafled the -hobby busi- 
ness. If tJie driver Is gotid "some- 
body will notice hiffl and put him 
in a litJtle better 6ar" adds Jotin- 
son. 

Both J(rfinson and Paschal will 
be among the 44 drivers who will 
roar off the starting line at noon 
of race day. 

Both drivers can average 116 
or 117 miles an hour around the 
track. But & good driver with lit- 
tle or no big track experience 
can hardly average 70 miles an 
hour in a stock car. 

The secret, says Jotinson, is 
increasing the spe«d to the point 
where the car is about to break 
into a slide. "Most people back off 
early," says Johnson. 

Johnson, of Wilkesboro, North 
Carolina, has been racing for 16 
years. Paschal, "ef High Point, 
has been racing for 19 years. 

Both have had their share of 
crackups and for motorists who 
narrowly escape accidents on the 
nation's highways they have this 
advice: "Get you a helmet and 
start recing." 

Track promoters claim it's the 
best. "^We have attendants on duty 
in the rest rooms. We have a 
platform for paraplegics. It'll hold 
100 wheel chairs." 

And, they claim, when (Hie fan 
complained he had no place to 
land his airplane they built a 
3,000-foot airstrip. 

Tickets are on sale in the Tide- 
water area at Ingrams Auto 
Parts, 3416 N Military Highway. 

Carolyn Bosher, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. R. M. Bosher, is a mem- 
ber of the cast of "A Tree Fell in 
the Forest", one of two one-act 
plays being presented this fall by 
the Greensboro College Players. 
The plays will be staged in Odell 
Memorial Auditorium the even- 
ings of November 3, 4, and 5 as 
part of Hospitality Weekend at 
Greensboro College. She is a mem- 
ber of the Junior class. 



Bill ThOTias, representing the 
Plaza area urged the la»l be 
boi^t DOW l<a a school site while 
the price was low and before pop- 
ulatKHi increases. 

H. L. Robinson, Sr. showed 
slides pertaining to the di^ibu- 
tive educational program so sue- ^ 
ii^^ful at tiie Bea^h plus stali^cs 
and explanatkuis of how a pupil 
becomes available for the sy^m. 

Mrs. Elkton Wood was recog- 
nized and asked tL% School Board 
to immediately buy land for a 
school site in the Plaza area since, 
in that area, she knew of large 
apartmeit housK expected to be 
built. 

The Union Kempsville High 
School Parents, represented by 
Mrs. Taylor, P.T.A., pres., asked 
that a technical high school be 
built in place of the all-negro 
school since graduates of this high 
school were unable, in many in- 
stances, to ke^ up theu* work in 
college and that integration had 
presented other problems. Buffing- 
ton answered that a study was be- 
ing made and ttiat they would 
have an answer in Noven^r. 

The 7 million dollar Bond Ref- 
erendum, to be voted on Nov. 8, 
ivould give 2.5 million dollars for 
school needs. The board voted for 
its acceptance. 

George Lyons, Building and 
Ground conunittee announced that 
this money would help purchase 
an elementary school site and two 
secondary ones — the secondary 
sites being in Bayside and the 
Plaza area. 

It would also: 

(1) Finance the addition of 16 
class rooms to Bayside and Kell- 
am High Schools. 

(2) Add physical education fa- 
cilities to Seatack Elementary and 

(3) Add a library to Linkhorn 
Park elementary sdwol. 

New CO For 
Dam Neck 

DAM NBCK-Captain William 
N. Homer, U8N, wfll relieve Cap- 
tain Herman J. Stansell, Jr., as 
Commanding Officer of the Fleet 
Anti-'Air Warfare Training Center 
and Fleet Computer Programm- 
ing Center, Dam Neck. The 
Change-ofOommand ceremonies 
will take place on the station 
parade ground* at 3 p.m. October 
21. 

Upon his relief frMn his present 
assignment. Captain Stansell will 
resume his duties as Director of 
Programming at the Fleet Com- 
puter Pit^amming Center, At- 
lantic. 

A 24-year Navy veteran, Cap- 
tain Homer is a fornier Merchant 
Marine deck officer. Born in Ptiil- 
adeljdiia. Pa., he attended the 
Pennsylvania Nautical School and 
later, as a Naval officer, was an 
instructor at the Pennsylvania 
Maritmie Academy. 

During Captain Homer's career 
he has served in hoth the At- 
lantic and Pacific fleets. After 
serving as Commanding Officer 
of the destroyer USS Beatty, 
Captain H(»ner became Com-, 
mander, Destroyer Escort Squad- 
ron Ten. Before reporting to 
Dam Neck, Captain Homer served 
as Chief of Staff, Commander 
Cruiser Flotilla Twelve. 



THE BEACH THIS WEEK 



The net oain is due in part to the ^ut we are certainly glad the mess 

untiring efforts made by the Civic '^ °^^^' V^^V^"/ "^^ ^'' ^'''!" T! 
Center Director and staff. Everyone and that the Rudee pro|ect can hopeful- 
concerned has worked diligently to 'V ^egin moving again, 
make the center an active as well as The original plans for the develop- 
successful place. ment of Rudee Inlet were heralded by 
But perhaps the reduction in the de- most as the most far-reaching plans for 
ficit has been due mostly to the sheer this area in years. Most people looked 
number of functions held in the Dome forward to the building of a mammoth 
in the past year. It has been used far marina and docking area for pleasure 
more than ever before in its short his- craft of all sizes and the opening of 



tory and has brought in more money 
to the city than ever before. This is as 
it should be. 

Our City fathers say they did not 
expect the center to pay its way in its 
first few years, so they are not upset. 
We are not upset either. In fact, we 
are delighted that the building and its 
facilities have been utilized to such ad- 
vantage in the past year. Now the 
orily thing that we can ask for is that 
the center pay its own way or even 
make a little money. 

We still would like to see more off- 
season conventions and meetings held 



the Inlet to such traffic. 

Then interest waned as some 
questioned the Authority's authority. 
The case became entangled in court, 
but all that is over now. We hope that 
the general interest that originally sur- 
rounded the Rudee Inlet project will 
return and that all those supporting 
the worthy endeavor will once more 
provide all the help needed to bring 
the development to fruition. 

We consider the development of 
Rudee Inlet an absolute necessity to 
the continued growth of the resort 



in Virginia Beach and in the Dome. Our ai'ea of Virginia Beach. Such a fine 

Chamber of Commerce and other agen- project when completed will offer not 

cies have done a fine job of publicizing only the boating enthusiasts of our 

and selling the idea of Virginia Beach own area but also the boat travelers 

In the past, and their efforts have ob- of the east coast a nice place to spend 

viously hot been in vain. a little time or a lot of time. 



Virginia Beach City Council has 
asked the Planning Commission to 
come up with the best possible use 
of the 20 acres of land now being 
used as a city dump. The Hampton 
Roads Sanitation District is build- 
ing a new incinerator and dump 
area which will make the one at 
Laskin Road and Holly Road ob- 
selete and unnecessary by 1988. 
The Planning Commission is to 
recommend to Council what to do 

Willi the property. 

* * * 

A Council-appointed committee 
is expected to report Monday Oc- 
tober 24 on recommendations for 
new or amended surfing laws. It 
is not believed there will be any 
major changes in areas set aside 
for surfing, but tiiere are expected 
to be changes in the hours and 
months of restricted and unre- 
stricted surfing. Probably surfing 
will be completely unrestricted ^I 
along the oceanfront from Octobfe* 
through March, and less restricted 
from March throu^i May and dur- 
ing the month of September. 

* • * 

The developmem of Rudee Inlet 
on the south end of Virginia Beach 
borough, tK>w in the \anis of the 
City of Virginia Beadi, is likely 
to take new and fast» steps tow- 
ard building a large marina and 
dock area t?wre. The development 
has be«J hampered for some 
months utile the matter rest«l in 
the courts testing the validity of 
the larf-condwnning powers of 



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the now defunct Rudee Inlet Au- 
thority. 

♦ ♦ ♦ 

An Educational Materials Center 
will open on the grounds of Court- 
house Sc'.iool within the next few 
days. The center, costing $275,000, 
is a pre-fab building. It will be 
used to house a professional li- 
brary, recording equipment, film 
library and equipment repair fa- 
cilities. The facility was not ex- 
pected to be built for several 
years, but funds were made avail- 
able under a Public Law. 

* • • 

During the month of September 
241 building jwrmits were issued 
in the City of Virginia Beach at a 
value of $3,056,2K. During the 
same period, ^,S30.») was spent 
on primary and secondary roads in 
Virginia Beach for ordinary main- 
tenance. Jpe Civic Center reported 
a ttia\ of i?ght eVe'nts during Sep- 
tember bringing in revenue, ex- 
cluding taxes, totahng $6,414.06. 

• * * 

Russell 0. Rucks. Virginia Beach 
manager of the Virginia State 
Employment Service office, said 
tliat the number of women em- 
pIoy«l here in the past two 
nrwirths has increased sharply, and 
that tiiere is a feeling that the 
increase in many cases reflects 
a shortage trf available men t-i 
fill vacancies. 0U»r infMniEd 
sources say wwnen are being em- 
ployed more because they ««ially 
will citric fi^ les mcoey. 



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Essential, Clubwomen Feel 



VIB3INIA rSACH - Ttiree 
Ki:tj*« TW^-i a toal cf 13 chil- 
dran amcag them, agreed with 
^ chil prabat-on offiaer GaKion 
Turner 'tiiat "hame life is the 
main fa6tor in combating May's 
juvenile d?linqr.ency." And. all put 
p2pa in the driver's seat, fesling 
trat his intere:t and iroag; is by 
far liie moot important in the 
household. 

The three Were among menr-bers 
of tiie Cape Henry Wo.Tian's Club 
who l^eard Turner, Lt. George 
Bryan, head of the Police De- 
j:artmfiat's Youth Brraau, r.r.d 
Norfolk DebgalE Stanley C. Walk- 
er, chairman iif the Gavarnor's 
Cr.me Cwnmii ion, speak on 
crime prevention wj. i special oiti- 
phasis on yout.i. Problems ralat- 
ing to drinking and driving, van- 
dalism and theft were first ex- 
plained then discussed by the 
speakers and their atidiencs. A 
lively question and answer session 
followed the speeches. - - 

In an after-meeting discussion 
among members, Mrs. J, J. Bas- 
qier,» whose five children range 
from 8 to 15, said that "there are- 
n't enough of us to handle this 
large under-25 group that today 
outnumbers the rest of us. 

"We were Depression kids, 
many of us, so families naturally 
were smaller. Consequently, today 
there are not enough of us, — 
educators, doctors and so forth— 
ncicessary to handle the young 
population. T.iis shortage naturally 
creates problems. 

"Regardless though, it is par- 
ents and home life iLiat influence 
tl:e growing youngster", she add- 
ed. 

"Parents must be strong, par- 
ticularly the father. Children need 
his interest and attention particu- 
larly." 

Sharing Mrs. Basqier's views 
were Mrs. E. J. Gerloff, Jr. and 
Mrs. H. F. Butt. Jr.. whose com- 
ments were directed at news- 
stands peddling pornographic ma- 
terial and concern for what hes 
adead. 

Mrs. Butt, whose three children 
are under five, views the future 
with some alarm but is, nonethe- 
less, thankful for "the men who 



183,200 

Virginia families 

bank on 

a better life 

with 

First & Merchants. 



So can you 

o 

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are here to help." 

"We are indeed fortunate ts 
tiave nMih of such cahbre as tb- 
day's speakers dealing with our 
young people," she said. 



Holiday Plans 
Snowballing, 
Members Told 



Virginia beach «- II Thurs- 
day's meeting of the Cape Henry 
Woman's Club closed on an alarm- 
ing note, It at least began on a 
cheefy one. 

Plans were discussed for the 
club's annual holiday project, 
CJiri'tmas in the Country. 

Mp. and Mrs. W. W. Ford's 
home at 541 Cedar Lane. Thalia, 
this year will be decked out in 
holiday trappmgs for the public to 
view Dec. 7. Country Store items 
ah-eady are in the makuig, mem- 
bers were told. 

Also on the Thursday program 
was a representative of the Vir- 
ginia Society for Crippled Chil- 
dren, 

Mrs. Katherine Umbarger spoke 
to members on the need for their 
help in building and operating the 
recently purchased 200-acre camp- 
site at Toans. 

Mrs. B. Noel Fallwell. club 
president, conducted the meeting. 



New CI Bill 
Draws Vets 



ROANOKE-Nearly 1,500 veter- 
ans and members of the armed 
forces attended schools and col- 
leges in the Virginia area this sum- 
mer under the new GI Bill, Will- 
iam J. Powers, Manager of the 
Roan^e Veterans Admmistration 
Regkmal Office, revealed today. 

The attendance figures were bro- 
ken.tdawn in Uii« manner: veterans 
and servicemen attending colleges 
and universities, 1300; and veter- 
ans and servicemen attending be- 
low college level schools, 175. 

Almost 5.000 veterans and ser- 
vicemen are expected to be en- 
rolled in schools and coOeges in 
this area for Fall enrollment. Peak 
attendance is expected in April of 
next year when 5,500 are expected 
to be enrolled. 

Nationally, nearly 64,000 veter- 
ans and members of the armed 
forces attended schools and col- 
leges this summer under the new 
GI Bill, the Veterans .'Administra- 
tion revealed today. Veterans at- 
tending colleges and universities, 
53,^; servicemen attending col- 
leges and universities, 900; vet- 
erans attending below college level 
schools, 8,959; and servicemen at- 
tending below college level schools, 
75. 

Almost a quarter of a million 
veterans and servicemen are ex- 
pected to be enrolled in schools 
and colleges for the Fall enroll- 
ment. Peak attendance is expected 
in April of next year when 4S),000 
are expected to be enrolled. 




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LOCATIONS 

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Pembrolce Mall Shopping C«nt«r (1966) 

RICHMOND 

Southsids Plaza Shopping Center (1958) 
Willow Lawn Shopping Center (1961) 

ALEXANDRIA 

Land Mark Shopping Center (1965) 

FALLS CHURCH 

Sevan Corners Shonping Center (1957) 

LYNCHBURG 

Pitfman Plaxa Shopping Center (1961) 

ROANOKE 

16 West Church Avenue (1930) 

ROCKVILLE, MD. 

Washington Science Center (1965) 

CHARLOTTE 

116 West Trade Street (1920) 
Park Road Shopping Cewter ( 1957) 
600 Charlottatown M«1l (1959) . 

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56 Patton Avenue (19221 

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112 East Market Street (1951) 

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33* FayettayiHe Street (1926) 
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DURHAM 

601 West Chapel Hill Stra«t (1959) 

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119 Peachtree Street, N.E. (I928» 

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616 South Gay Street (1927) 

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Servicemen In The News 



Firwnan J<*n W. Beary, USN. 
aim of Mrs. Willie Mae Caston of 
Route 3, is a crewnember 
abaard the guided missile destrej'- 
er Lawrence, which is participat- 
ing in readiness exercises with the 
Sixth Fleet. 



Airman Aj^rentice Richard L. 
King, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Elnner L. King of 4120 Hermitage' 
Point, is now serving with Train- 
ing Squadron Four at the Pensa- 
cala Naval Air Nation, Pensacla, 
Florida. 



Second Lieutenant George B. 
Chappell. MSC, Budgeting Analyst 
in the Army Surgeon General's 
Office of the Comptroller, has 
been promoted to the rank of 
fir.it lieutenant. His parents, Mr. 
md Mrs. Miles Chappell. live at 
109 81st street. 



Personals 

Terry Joseph Knight, a trumpet 
player with the "Marching Pir- 
ates" of East Carolina College, 
performed with the band at last 
weekends homecoming football 
game after leading the annual 
homecoming parade. He is the 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester 
Brown Knight of 3513 Olympia 
Lane. 



Navy Day October 27 



VIRGINIA BBACH-Navy Day 
in Virginia Beach *:11 be cele- 
brated 'Riursday, October 27, as 
part of the (rf)servance of Navy 
Week. October 22-29. 

Virginia Bearh Mavor Fraric . 
Dusch officially proclaimed the 
27th as Navy Day in coo^)«-ation 
with Oceana Naval Air Station. 
Navy Week is sponsored by Navy 
League of America. 



Navy Day, first celdbr^ed in 
1922, ia marked by parades and 
exKibita at Navy installations. 
Navy installations in this area 
are tddng part in the celebration. 

During ttie week, the Navy 
makes spe^ers available for 
dHirch, school and civic m-gani- 
zations. Tlie theme for this year's 
observance is "U. S. Navy— Mark 
of a Man." 



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Mrt. Fannt Williofflf 
Mr. Ltshok T. Fridlande 
Mr. t. W. Eubwik 
Mrt. R. W. Schindelback 
Mrt. Alma B. Murphy 
Mr. Rufui Steed, Jr. 
Mr. J. W. Strickland 
Mrt. Norma Tolley 
Mr. Nowlin C. Reyneldt 
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Mr. Robert W. Jonet 
Mr. Clorton Beverly 
Mr. C. I. lams 
Mr. Roy T. Julliane 
Mrs. Retho M. Townei 
Mr. Kenneth A. Johnion 
Mr. David O. Beale 
Mr. William C. Sutton 
Mrs. Elvo Elig 
Mrt. C. W. Clarke 
Mr. Gerold E. Tilkint 
Mn. Almio B. Cotody 
Mn. W. W. Collohon 
Mrt. Mary Wyrocki 
Mrt. Carol McCauley 
Mn. Allie G. Styall 
Mr. Robert N. Detor, III 
Mr. S. J. Cockwell 
Mn. George F. Tidy 
Mn. W. C. FieldMi 
Mn. M. W. Moliuk 
Mrt. Jon* A. Howkini 
Mrt. Frances L. t. Proport 
Mr. William M. Bird, Jr. 
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Mr. B. B. Skeek 
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Mr. Gut Rotin 
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James R. Peake (right) receives Rotary Clufo Resolutioii from 
president Bernard Mc?>^ainara at the group's recent meeting. 
Beach Rotar!ai;s designated the night, Oct. 13, Captain Jnn Peake 
Night, in honor of the .Norfolk Rotarian. 

'Captain Tint Honored 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Captain 
Jim Peake is one 'summer' man 
who can boast a spectacular send- 
off now Uiat the season is over. 

And the sendoff was only to 
Norfolk. 

The longtime Rotarian who casts 
his lot (as an honorary member) 
with the Virginia Beach Rotary 
C!.b during the summer months 
and is a member and past presi- 
dent of the Norfolk Rotary Club, 
attended his final meeting of the 




Capt. Dexter C. Rumsey II 

Capl Rumsey 
To Leave NAS 
Oceana Soon 

Capt. Dexter C. Rumsey, II, 
the commanding officer of Oceana 
Naval lAir Station for the past 
two years, will leave his post for 
duty as chief of staff to the Com- 
mander Fleet Air Norfolk, Navy 
officials announced today. 

Rumsey wil! be relieved by 
Capt. Albert K. Earnest who is 
being brou«,'ht to Tidewater from 
the Western Pacific to take com- 
mand of the Air Station. Earnest 
has commanded the amphibious 
force flagship U9S Estes for the 
past year. 

While under the command of 
Capt. Rumsey, Oceana Naval Air 
Station was chosen as the home 
port for squadron's flying the 
Navy's foranost aircraft the F-4 
Phantom II and the A-6 Intruder. 

Change of conmiand at the air 
"station will take place in early 
November. 



season with the Beach group last 
weak. At the meeting he was call- 
ed front and center for honors and 
a Resolution praising him for his 
40 yoars as a faithful and dedi- 
cated Rotarian, both here and in 
Norfolk. 

Captain Alvin Massenburg, pres- 
ident of the Virginia Pilots Associ- 
ation, from which Captain Jim 
(J&mes R.) Peake retired at the 
end of World War II, was guest 
speaker. Rotary Club president 
Bernard McNamara read and 
presented the Resolution. 

Norfolk residents, Captain Jim 
and his wife Mary spend sum- 
mers here. He is the son of a 
Rotarian and the father of Norfolk 
Rotarian James R. Peake, Jr. The 
Peakes' daughter, Mrs. Nellie 
Matthews, lives here. 




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Second Series 
Adult Classes 



Thtp Virginia Beach DepaVtment 
of Parks & Recreation wmounces 
its second series of fall adult 
classes after a highly successful 
first session. New areas of* in- 
struction will be offered during 
the up-coming classes which should 
help to make the holiday seasons 
more enjoyable and decorative. 

For the aspiring camera buff 
there will a "Beginning Photogra- 
phy" class that will be taught at 
Princess Anne High School... 

For those ladies who enjoy mak- 
ing their own decorations, a class 
will be taught on the subject of 
".Making Your Original Holiday 
Decorations" This class will be 
held at the Recreation Activity 
Center nd will feature simplicity 
and economy in construction. Ma- 
terials used during the class wil! 
be readily available around the 
house or yard. 

There will be two Beginning 
Sewing classes started to accwn- 
modate those ladies unable to en- 
roll during the first session be- 
cause of a full roster of students. 

The schedule of classes, their 
registration dates, the names of 
the instructors, the times they will 
be taught and the site of the in- 
struction is as follows; 

Charm II, Class; 11-1. Time; 
Monday, Oct. 31st, Registration 
Date; Activity Cen., Site; Mrs. 
Vicky Lattimer, Instructor. 

Oil Painting, Class; 10-12, Time; 
Tuesday, Nov. l^, Registration 
Date; Activity Cen., Site; Miss 
Betty Crawford, Instructor. 

Knitting, Class; 10-12, Time- 
Tuesday, Nov. 1st. RegistraUoii 
Date; Activity Cen.. Site; Mrs 
Dorothy Bednarek, Instructor. 

Photography, Class; 7:30-9:30 
P.M.. Time; Tuesday, Nov 1st, 
Regirtration Date; Princess Anne 
High School, Site; Mr. Donald Car- 
row, Instructor. 

Charm I, Class; 10-12. lime 
Thursday. Nov. 3rd. Registration 
Dat?; AcUvity Cen., Site; Mrs 
Vicky Latimer.Instructor. 

Holiday Decor.. Class; 1-3, 
Time; Thursday, Nov. 3rd' Regi- 
stration Date; Activity Cen!, Site; 
Mrs. Jade F. Moore, Jr., Instruct- 
or. 

Begianii^ Sewing, Class; 10-12, 
Time; Monday. Nov. 7th, R^. 
stration Date; Activity Cent., Site; 
Mrs. Lucia McKni^t. Instructor. 
, Beginning Sewing, Qass; 1-3, 
Time; Moalay. Nov. 7th. Regi- 
Str^ioa IMt; Activtty Cait., ate; 
Mrs. Lucia McKnight, Instructor. 

The Activity Center is tocated 
at <700 Recr^ition Drive, just <M 
of Sa;«n Road in Virginia Beach. 

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(Copyright. 1960 — ttoriii PailrlrB- 



Little by little, tempting packages of goodies are bsing siashed 
away in a hidij^ place orange and black constmctiM paper is 
piled neatly next to tiie paste and scissors discardad clothing is 
being retrieved from the rag bag pumpkins pilid up in grocery 
stores are eyed with glee— and the days are going past agonizingly 
slow for prospective witches, gablins, ghosts, skeletons, and the like! 

You know its coming. You can't fight it; so why not join in on all 
the fun and exckemant of October 31. 

Halkme'en has changed a lot throu^ the years, and perhaps to 
the adult eye . but to your children, especially "tlic little ones", the 
chance to prowl the darkened streets in a disguise, to knock at strang- 
ers' doors, and to receive an abundance of treats just for the innoceiit 
but implied threat of a trick, runs a close second with tiie delight of 
. Christmas (which isn't too far away either and some j»epirations for 
that shouki also be being at least thougli about now!) 

Have you bou^t your bags of candy and gum'' Better start get- 
ting your supply in for you won't want to be runnuig down to the 
drug-store at the last minute nor will you want to have to inform the 
tiny tricksters ihat you are "aD out". 

When you think you have a plentiful variety, you can add to your 
feelii^ of taking part by making your treats kind of special. Spill the 
pile of everything in the center of the kitchen table, take one of each 
item, sack them in a plastic bag, and tie with a black and orange 
ribb(Hi. Or place then in a paper sack and decorate with crayons or 
cut-outs. Your contributiwts to the night-stalking pirates will be the 
talk of the neighborhood . and the pride of yair household. 

Decorating your windows and doors gives a festive feeling to the 
entire family. It doesn't take much artistic skill to draw and cut out 
a pumpkin or a ^lost . and if a witch or black c.'it is beyond your 
capabilities, you can find stencils and forms at the dime store to 
guide you. The important thing is tliat yo\i take an interest in doing 
something special that means £0 much to your younggters and all Lhe 
ones in the community. 

"What shall 1 be for Halloween?" gets to be one of the biggest 
questions of the day . . and day after day, as quick-silver minds jump 
from one gre^t idea to another. You can be rather lack-a-daisica! 
about it and ^ buy one of those package deals in tl'e stores, but it 
is lots more fim (and sometimes, cheaper!) to create something really 
wild and wierd out of what is available at home. 

It's simple to cut holes in an old sheet for a ghost or to paint the 
outline in blade to create a scary skeleton; boys sometimes think it 
hilarious to stuff tfiemselves with pillows in strategic spots and go out 
as a bedangled aid dazzling 'grand dame'; and girls like also to 
dirty their faces and be hobos— those arc traditional. 

Or how dxjut using packing boxes and paper bags to make an 
animated object of something that ha^ no real life of it.= own— a TV 
set, a space capsule, etc. And then there are all those kooky char- 
acters from the funny papers and televlawn series . 

Best of all could be the real Halloween party itself! Use your 
imagination; that is the one get-together that never lacks ideas. 

If you have been trying to Ignore all the signs of the coming hol- 
klay season, you mi^t just as well give in. It's abnost here . . and 
you better be rea^l 





The kids aad the pumpkins are getting ready . are you? (Cassan- 
dra Candid) 






AROUND THE 
OLD DOMINION 



Mr, and Mrs. Robertson with some of their children and grand- 
cMidren at a recently held family reunion. 

Robertson Roundup 



Photo and Text by Cassandra 

John Wesley said: "Lord! lot 
us not lave to be useless!" It is 
impoislb'.e to write a word about 
the senior E. Guy Robertson with- 
out using such fitting adjectives 
as affable, benign, courageous, ds- 
lightful. energetic, faithful, and all 
down the alphabet and not leaving 
out indestructible and useful. 

Mr. and Mrs. B. Guy Robertson, 
married to each other for 57 years 
with five sons, ten grandchildren 
and five great grandchildren, are 
proud to say that they are 78 and 
79, and each is serving the com- 
munity in many more capacitias 
than thos3 of a younger genera- 
tion. 

Born in Table Rock, N. C, Dr. 
Robertson, well known as a pillar 
of the First Baptist Church, and 
presently an active registered 
pharmicist, hunter and fisherman, 
daily serves the public at Ingram's 
Pharmacy In The Mayflower. 

Over the years he has worked 
with W. H. King Wholesale Drugs 
in Raleigh, N. C was employed 
by Tampa Wholesale Drugs in 
Tampa, ws chief buyer with Stro- 
ther Drug Co. in Lynchburg, and 
in 1916 organized and established 
Roanoke Wholesale Drug Co., in 
Roancke, which is now a unit of 
the great McKesson and Robbins 
Wholesale Drug Co. 

From Roanoke, Dr. Robertson 
went to New York wHh McKesson 
& Robbins whom he represented in 
sales, from Maine to Mexico and 
all the Eastern United States. In 
1919 as vice-president he managed 
the Huntington, W. Va. branch of 
McKesson & R:bb ns. Here he liv- 
ed from 1929 to 1940. 

He came to Tidewater in 1942 
"to be near our sjns in service in 
the area. We moved info The May- 
flower where we are both active 
in profession, church and com- 
.•nunity." he stated. 



Lillian Bunker Patterson Robert- 
sen was born Oct. 10, 1888 at 
Mount Airy, N. C and in no way 
has let her husband outdo her in 
activity and community affairs. 
A spry, bright-eyed matron, she 
married Dr. Robertson June 23, 
1909. She graduated from Kings' 
Business College, Raleigh, N. C. 
and worked in the N. C. Legislat- 
ure, and later in tha wholesale 
drug business until married. In 
Raleigh she participated in the 
Woman's Club activities and those 
of the First Baptist Church. 

In Huntington, W. Va. some of 
her efforts included the Woman's 
Club, Mother's Club, Baptist 
Church, P.T.A. and P.T.A. Coun- 
cil. She has lived in six states- 
North Carolina, New York, Con- 
necticut, Virginia, West Virginia 
and New Jersey. 

Mrs. Robertson has long been an 
active member of Tlie Daughters 
of the American Revolution (D..\. 
R. ) 'and the United Daughters of 
the Confederacy (U.D.C.) and the 
Southern Memorial Association. 

Since coming to Virginia Beach 
her participaticm, wise cancel 
and wide experience has been felt 
in the First Baptist Church, the 
Princess Anne Woman's Club, the 
Woman's Democratic Club, and the 
P.A. County D.A.R. She was Re- 
gent in this for 3 years and is a 
member of the Regents' Club. She 
was a member of the first Board 
of Trustees of the Va. Beach Pub- 
Ic Library, and coiAinues in that 
capacity. 

Well-known to the drug business 
and its people are the words of 
Hakeem, the Wise one, pertain- 
ing to the Priceless Ingredients of 
every product which are "the 
Honor and Integrity of its maker." 
WtH. in.it.cl. toukl Tho R:)bert- 
sons hz Hakeem ci through the 
many, many veers of parenthood, 
Christian work and activity, they 
have carrird tt^e banned of In- 
t2grity and Honor. 



KELLAM IS MEMBER 



Money And Interest 
Commission To Meet 



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iE. H. Orange, Peninsula Direc- 
tor of toll facilities of the Sate 
Highway D^artment said the 
amount of traffic traveling the 
iHampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel in- 
dicates the approaching necessity 
of plannii^ iac a second tube. He 
said a parallel connecting link be- 
tween Uie peninsula and Norfolk 
is feasible within the next 6-7 

years. DAILY PRESS. 

• * * 

Winchester has received a safety 
award from the Am^icen Auto- 
mobile Association for three 
years without a pedestrian fatal- 
ity. WINCHESTER EV^NIMJ 

STAR. 

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llie tig}^ taoney market which 
has i^ected most of America's 
current buikling activity has not 
yet hit the Williamsburg-James 
City Courtfy area as yet, accord- 
ing to city-county records and kxral 
to iing i astltutMns. VmGINL\ 

GAZEHD. 

• * • 

Soroevdiere between 000 and TOO 
boats WH« reported on the Po- 
t<Hiiac River on a given day fe- 
caily, harvesting fresh oystere, 
ctes{Me ^forts of the Potomac 
Rto^v Fisheries OxnoBsitm to 
ease the saturated conditi <Mi8 of 
tiw oyster market. WESIlfORE- 



Salems's Main Street shopping 
area will be silent this Christmas 
season. Salem Town Council 
shelved plans requested by mer- 
chants to ring out electronic carols 
across the streeU. TlIVffiS-REGIS- 
TER. 



Despite the setback receiving 
construction bids almoM me mill- 
ion dollars above expectatioiK, of- 
ficials of Northampton-Accomack 
Memorial Hospital are working 
toward what ttey -hope will be an 
early start on cons^uction of a 
new hospital buiWing, now expect- 
ed to cost rijout four million dol- 
lars. EASTERN SHORE NEWS. 

• • « 

Uraon Can^ Corporatwn's multi- 
milUon dollar expansion of its 
Franklin ptent facilities were 
formally dedicated Wednesday in 
ceremoraes at the plant. The prin- 
cipal spraker was Virginia Gov- 
ernor Mills E. Godwin, Jr. Tlie 
expansion co^ approxintttely $37 
milliMi. TIDEWATOl NEWS. 

* * • 

ABC and ATU Agents seized and 
destroyed 432 gaUons of illegal 
whiskey being stored in an oU 
tobacco ban m the Rabertscm 
Crossroads sectkm of Franklin 
County. FRAIOaJN NEW&^OSt. 




Sen. WUIiam P. Keilam 

RICHMOND — The Money and 
Interest Study CtMnmissi |i has 
scheduled a pubUc hearing in 
House Committee Room 4 of the 
State Capitol. Richmond, on Octo- 
ber 24. 1966 at 10:00 a.m. EDT. 

State Senator William P. Kei- 
lam of Virpnia Beach is a mem- 
ber of the commission. 

The Commission was created by 
the (Jenera! Assembly of Virginia 
at its 1966 Sessian and was di- 
rected by House Joint Resolution 
101 to study and report on the fol- 
kjwing matters: 

(a) Tile ecwxanic bnpact of the 
different kinds <rf financial insti- 
tutions on the Virginia economy 
and their need and positem in the 
dev^^vntft df the State ec^nmy 
for the liAme; and 

(b) The export and import, oi 
money out of aai iote ^i^inia 



during the past ten years and the 
reason for these movements: and 

(c) The true relevance and ef- 
fect of the statutory rate as it now 
stands in light of all of the spec- 
ial exceptions: and 

(d) The inequities, if any, which 
exist in tlie present laws of Vir- 
ginia as a result of varying inter- 
est rates: and " 

(e) The future need for money in 
Virginia considering our economic 
growth, both actual and desired, 
and the relationship of the interest 
rate structure to this consideration. 

All interested persons, groups 
and organizations are invited to 
attend ih<» pubUc hearing and pre- 
sent their comments and suggest- 
ions on matters pertaining to the 
study Those desiring to speak at 
the hearing are requested to noti- 
fy the Secretary, G. M. Lapsley, 
State Capitol, Richmond. Thase 
who da not wish to address the 
CMnmission but who have infor- 
mation they wish the Commission 
to consider may submit such in- 
formation to the Secretary in ten 
copies. 

Honorable C Hardaway Marks, 
member of the House of Delegates. 
Hopewell is Chairman of the Com- 
mission. Serving with him beside 
Keilam are Honorable Shirley T. 
Holland, Vice-Chairman and form- 
er memlwr of the House erf Dele- 
gates. Senator Leroy S. Bendheim, 
Edwin B Brooks. Jr., Presideit 
Security Federal Savings and Loan 
Association, Ralph T. Catterall. 
Commissioner, Sate Corporatwn 
Coranission, Delegate C. W. Cleat- 
wi. Delegate Charles K. Hotchois. 
aad Senatfv J. C Aitcbene. 



Vmoinia Beach Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1966 

SECTION B 



Byrd-Spong 
Mgrs. Named 



In 1st District 



RICHMOND — Eleven men 
were named today to 'iiead local 
campaigns in the First Congress- 
ional District for U. S. Senator 
Harry F. Bryd, Jr. and State Sen- [ 
ator William B. Spong, Jr., Denno- 
cratic nominees for the United 
States Senate in the November 8 
general election. 

In announcing the selections Jo- 
S3;.h E: Biackiourn, slate ca.Tipaign 
manager for Byrd and Spong, 
said, "This is a mo^t impre.-sive 
i'st of prominent arid influent 
citizens in the First Con'-^ressi )n;il 
D.strict. We ore delighted to have 
men of this calibre working in be- 
half of the Democratic candidates. 




"This g.-OLip wiil lecd our cam- 
paigns in seven counties and one 
independent city in tii?ir area," 
he added, "and we are confident 
that these campaigns will be vig- 
orous and effective. There is ev- 
ery rea:cn to believe we will car- 
ry these areas by a very sub- 
stantial margin." 

Dr. Murray P. Loring of Will- 
iamsburg ba.s been named to head 
up the Byrd-Spong campaign in 
that city and in James City Coun- 
ty- 

The county managers and their 
districts are: Lucius Keilam, III, 
Accomack; C. F. (Flip) Hicks and 
Edgar Pointer, Gloucester; Del. 
John Warren Cooke, Paul Blannck 
and William Marvin Minter, Mat- 
hews; Lewis Jones and W. T. 
(Bill) Bareford; Middlesex; Ben- 
jamin W. Mears, Jr., Northamp- 
ton; and Duane Hollo way, York. 

Blackburn said that these ap- 
pcintments complete the managers 
to be selected for the First Con- 
gressional District. Previously 
named managers include: Harry 
Kestel and Cargill Johnson. New- 
p.ort News; Sen. Hunter B. An- 
drews, Del. Richard .M. Bagley 
and Del. John D. Bray, Hampton: 
and John V. Fentress and R. R. 
McChesncy, Virginia Beach. 




Charles J. Shaughncssy. Ill 



Beach Man 
Takes Course 



HARTFORD ,COXN. - Charles 
J. Shaughncssy, HI, 1120 Home- 
stead Drive. Virginia Beach, has 
.successfully completed an advanc- 
ed training class for life, accident 
and health agents of Tie Travel- 
ers Insurance Companies held at 
the Ekiucation Center in Hartford, 
Connecticut. 

Mr. Shaughnessy is one of 21 
agents selected from all parts of 
the United States and Canada for 
the course on the basi> «f out- 
standing accomplishments in the 
field. He will represent "Hie Trav- 
elers in all lines of insurance 
through his own agency. The 
Siaughncssy Insurance .Xgcncy. 
One Main Plaza East, Norfolk 

A graduate of Hampton-Sydney 
College. Mr. .Shaughnessy was a 
member of the Pi Delta Epsilon 
Society and the Chi Beta Phi Fra- 
ternity He also served as the 
Soorts Editor for the annual Kal- 
eidscope. Mr. Siaughnessy is pa=t 
president of the Bellamv Manor 
Civic League and serves as chair- 
man. Government RelaUoni Com- 
mittee-CouncO d Civic Organiza- 
tions He is married to the former 
Mis-s Barbara N. Pollard of Rich- 
mond. Va. and the couple has two 
chiklren. 



I'roposed Virginia Wesleyan CoUege Library building and reading, bridge and lounge center. 



Poster Contest 
Underway 



RIOHMOND - The 15th annual 

KEEP VlRaiNIA GREEN poster 
contest .sponsoi'ed by VIRGINIA 
FOUESTS, Inc., in cooperation 
with the Virginia Division of For- 
estry, will be conducted during the 
three months of October, Novem- 
ber, and December, I'.tSu. It will be 
open to all students enrolled in the 
ik t'iirough the 12lh grades of any 
school in Virginia. 

Theme of this year's contest is 
"Multiple Use - Sharing a Re- 
source." Posters should illustrate, 
in any of their many forms, two 
or more of the major products of 
the forest — wood, water, wildlife, 
recreation; with special attention 
given to show how one or more of 
these can be harvested or used 
wil'.out greatly interfering with 
or ciiang'ng the other values. 

j Cash prizes total $2,250, an in- 
I crease from last year. The top 
j student prize is $200 plus the added 
hener of having that poster repro- 
duced in full color on the 1937 
KEEP VIR^iIN'I.\ GREEN book- 
covp:-s as d'strihuted by VIRGINIA 
FCRK-T:S. Inc. There are 400 oth- 
er ,'--ti:dent prizes, including 39 
i-eparate iM-izes for each ef t're 
lovv:r eight grales. In addition, 
there are two school prizes of $100 
each. These arc given to the top 
rankng schoel in each of the 
4r; ie sclool and high school 
aetivitics. .Mio, a special award 
;f $:ao, pi: s an engraved silver 
g.'.b'ct. will be given to t'''at tcach- 
d.ei'id to have done most to e.n- 
e..ur:.ye effective student partici- 
pation. 

La4 year's top stident winner 
was Susan Davenport of Church- 
land High School, Chesapeake. 
Sehcol winners were the Bucking- 
ham Elementary Seheol and tlie 
Chrchland High Scii.a!; and the 
t';;eher award \»as presented to 
Mrs. Edith G. Franklin, art in- 
■'■u:t',)r at Churehland High 
Sei.ool. 



Squadron Change 



LITTLE CREEK. VA.-Captain 
.Mdcn W. Whitney. U.S.N, relieved 
Captain A, H. Berndt^on. U.S.N. , 
as commander of Amphibious 
Squadron Six on Oct. 14 aboard the 
USS Lorain County at pier 16 on 
lie Little Creek Naval .Amphibious 
Rase. 

Captain Whitney reported t:) Am- 
phibious Squadron Six frffln Wash- 
I ington, D. C. whe:e he served as 
' executive assistant and senior aide 
to the Deputy Chief of Naval Op- 
; erations 'Logistics'. Captain Whit- 
I ney is 47 years old and haik frran 
' the town of Orono, Maine. 

I Captain Bcrndtson will report to 
the Bureau of Naval Pers)nncl in 
! Washington. D C. 

j The squadron is composed of 11 
diips of five different types. They 
; ye the dock landing ships USS 
\ Casa Granda and USS Shadwell, 
the tank landing .shins USS Terre- 
bonne Parish and USS Lorain 
; County: the attack transport 
j ships USS Francis Marion. US 
i Cambria, and USS Teilfair. the 
j attack cargo ships USS UvaWe 
' and USS Oglethorpe: and the am- 
j i^ibious transpoit ^t» USS Ra- 
I lei^ aad the USS LaSaUe. 



Proposed Va. Wesleyan 
Library Gets Award 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The pro- 
posed library at Virginia Wesleyan 
College here received one of 20 
awards of merit today in Wash- 
ington in the first annual Design 
Award Program for Higher Edu- 
cation Facilities. 

The firms of Shriver and Hol- 
land of Norfolk and Perkins and 
Will of Chicago are handling archi- 
tectural design for the proposed 
library at Wesleyan. This was the 
only project in Virginia to receive 
an award of merit in the national 
competition. 

Henry V. Shriver of Shriver and 
Holland, Phillip Brotherton of Per- 
kins and Will and Walter J- Wil- 
kins representing the Wesleyan 
Beard of Trustees received the 
award. 

The Design Award Program is 
sponsored by the U. S. Office of 
Education in collaboration with the 
Educational FaMlities Laboratories 
and the .American Institute of Ar- 
chitects. 

The awards were judged in five 
general categories including gen- 
era! classrooms, science and lab- 
oratory buildings, libraries, grad- 



uate schools, and long range cam- 
pus development. They were also 
identified as completed buildings 
and buildings not yet completed. 
There were 258 submissions in the 
program. 

It is expected that the library at 
Virginia Wesleyan will be a pri- 
ority project in Phase II of the 
College's physical expansion pro- 
gram. The details of this program 
will be outlined by the mwnbers 
of the Board of Trustees at their 
fall meeting at the college on 
Wednesday (Oct. 19). 

Phase I> a compact $15 million 
academic village composed of sev- 
en connected buildings — four 
dormitory units, two classroom- 
lounge units and a dining hall — 
and an adjacent academic build- 
ing now housing the college's li- 
brary and science laboratories, 
was completed this month. 

Virginia Wesleyan opened for its 
first session in September with a 
freshman c'a-s of 75 and 15 mmt- 
bers of the faculty and administra- 
tk)n. 

Virginia Wesleyan is to a four 
yeai", coeducational, liberal arts. 
Methcdist-related college. 




We caught Jo Keilam still humming after rehearsuig at the Cava- 
lier Beach Club last weelc. Pictured with her are Anne Putnam, 
holding a friend's baby, little Dana Wheeter. Stuart Grimes, pres- 
ident of the Junior Woman's club; Becky House, Ehna Bunting, 
and Gladys Davenport. Absent, but in the show, are Celia Maestas 
and Agnes .AMridge, Princess Anne Woman's club president. 

Hurrah For Hulla-ba-loo 



To-morrow night and Saturday, 
at 8:30 p.m., in the Civic Center 
at Virginia Beach, the Virginia 
Beach-Prince-s Anne Junior Wom- 
an's Club will put on its annual 
F.jllies Floor show for the bene- 
l.t (jf Camp Civitan. and for the 
sttung Up of a Trust Fund for the 
establishment of a Juvenile Half- 
Way House at the Beach. 

It is not too late to call Mrs. 
HMn Turner 428-'ra88 or Mrs. 
James Mounie 340-4046 for tickets. 
Mrs Harvev .Mann at 340-2170 is 
handling reservations. 

For months the Club has been 
working on patron lists, adver- 
tisers, programs, costuming, an- 
gels, boosters, seU, talent, ush- 
' ers, tickets .etc.. and according 
i to Craig Atkinson, fr«n the Car^ 
! hill Productions, the rehearsals 
^ indicate a smash hit. Fathers are 
' taking part in the show, and those 
who are not, are contributing their 
farmore important talent to bal^- 
sitting for their actress wiv«. 

Atkinson .has produced more 
than K slwws in U. S. cities, and 
has been cboreogr^dier for such 



musicals as "South Pacific," 
'Guys and Dolls," and "Damn 
Yankees." He has worked in "Kis- 
met." "Fanny' and "Red Head." 
and with Martha Raye. Gypsy 
Rose. Pat O'Brien, Joe E. Brown 
arxl others. 

Tliis year's extravaganza has 
the entrancing title of HuDa-Ba- 
Loo, and it will be a blast of fun 
and talent, with Russell House 
playing "For your dancing pleas- 
ure" before and after the flow 
show. 

Featured will be such soap as 
"Hey, Look Us Over", "You'd 
Better Love Me". "Wonderful 
Day." and "I Cant Say No". 
TTwre will be wiUowy walldag ads 
< local lasses advertising areii 
stores*: .Artists' Life. Ho%wood 
Starlet and Gabby Girls ft^. a 
Drum MellaDraana. and. 4^ 
course the Juanr Women Ro(^- 
ettes will equal the New Yot gals 
in their preci^w dandof. Tlie 
co^umes from Knadway. da^ 
and cok>rful, will nakt thk lixm 
a coordinated one of Bear per- 
iecticn. 



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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, October 20, 1966 




H)7nan Bee ernes 
Aide 



NCRFCLK - Lt. ij.g) William 
iyjnan, HC, USN.has donned the 
gold and navy blue aigulllette as 
ad3 tJ R.\dni. J. S. Dietz, SC, 
cSN. commanding officer of the 
,'aval ?.tpply Center, Norfolk, Va. 

The Fl.shbg. N. Y. native ox- 
jhanged bilL-ts with U- (jg> 
Galen R. Price. S. C. USN, who 
5 now serving with the Fleet Ser- 
vices Bracnh at NSC. Lieutenant 
Hyman previously served as a 
poal officer with the Commander, 
Cruiser Destroyer Force, U. S. 
Atlant c Fleet, and as independent 
supply officer on USS Basiiane. 

After graduation from Syracuse 
University, he attended the Navy 
Officers Candkiate School in 19jo 
and spent six months at the Navy 
Supply Corps School, Athens, Ga., 
in 1964. 




mtiSL Fnadi l^liwpal Mhrion meet for a Tneidajr "fun- 
to pnpuMm •! Mi flnt Baiaar to be Md on November S 
to tte ctarch baUtog, m Kmm o at rd. Worktog on the many 
Item to be tor trie Mc Mra. H. Rvsscffl, Mrs. J. Saatis, Mrs. W. 
Mtyer, aai Mrs. J. Naagle. Tfte np-««ntog Baiaar will feature re- 
freabm^s «f bot dtp, handborgers, pototo salad, and pop pro- 
viMI by Hm Mcb's CM>; a gndi bag and cake walk by the Jr. 
YooUi group; aad baby ritttog by tiie Senior Group as well as oth' 
er fasdultog b as tta nd spedal evate. 



Fed Retirees Meet 



Virginia Beach Chapter No. 974 
(A the National Association of Re- 
tired Civilian Employees will hold 
their October meeting in the old 
Virginia Beach Council Chamber 
on 19th Street near Arctic Avenue 
in the borough of Virginia Beach 
at 2:00 p.m., October 27th. 

The Chapter meets at the same 
hour on the fourth Thursday of 
each month. All retired Federal 
civilian employees are invited to 
attend. 



Mrs. Edward W. Stuart (Marie) draws a pt^iratt of her dffi^rter 
"Lisa" created in pastels when the now teen-ager was (Hily sh. 
Admiring her work are Mrs. Howard P. Ives, wife of the bnfidhig 
commii>sion's chairman; Mrs. Wark Curry, the paster's wife; and 
Mrs. Foy Casper. 

Scott Memorial Plans Bazaar 



Text & Photo by Douglas Barnes 

H. Wark Curry, golfer, is the 
pastor of the Scott Memorial Meth- 
odist Church on First Colonial 
Road. On the diurch bulletin is a 
statement which reads in part: 
"To all who are weary and need 
rest, to all who are lonely and 
need companionsiiip, to all who 
mourn and need comfort, to all 
who need sheltering love, this 
church opens wide its doors and 



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for the 
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washday." 

A flameless electric dryer, wliat else? Have one 
defivcred to your tiouse, then get set f<w the easiest 
wasixlays ever. Another good reason for owning 
an dectric dryer: laboratory tests show permanently 
pressed clothes never need ironing and last longer 
when dried electrically. Get your flamdess dryer at 
jreur VEPCO-authoriz«! Live Better Electricaily 
dealer before December 1 . Ask him how you can 
qutlHy for VEPCO's $15.00 cash saving on rcsi<^ntial 
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says "Welcome'." It's true. 

On a windy morning last week, 
Mrs. Foy Casper, Publicity Co- 
^^lairman with Mrs. John Moore 
for the church's annual bazaar 
met usat the bus stop at Ocepa 
and gave us a hurried tour of the 
church, stressing particularly the 
fact that the kitchen needs new 
electrical equi{Hnent. The sanct- 
uary is beautiful. 

Our purpose was to meet Mrs. 
Edward W. Stuart, the happy wife 
of Warrant Officer Stuart, who is 
presently at N.O.B., having return- 
ed from Viet Nam a short time 
ago. "Suddenly I feel so grateful 
and it's wonderful having him 
home," she said simply and with 
a shy smile." 

It's Bazaar time at the Beach, 
and Scott Memorial will have its 
on November 19, Saturday, from 
11 a.m. to 8 p.m. There Will be a 
luncheon Snack Bar, an Auction 
at 7 p.m., and a suptuous hot din- 
ner from 5 to 8 p.m. 

From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Marie 
Stuart, who has her art studio in 
her home and who has studied art 
in Boston, and who holds mem- 
bership in the Virginia Beach Art 
Association, will be at the Bazaar 
volunteering her time and talent by 
sketching in black and white those 
who, for a minimum donation to 
the project, take advantage of her 
work. The sketches are large, and 
the fee is nominal. 

We saw some of her work, and 
her subtle coloring and features 
produce almost photographic like- 
nesses. Babies, young people and 
those softened by age and exper- 
ience—Marie can sketch them all. 




Rev. Floy Cox 

Revival 
Services 

LYNNHAVEN - Evangelistic 
services will be held at London 
Bridge Baptist Church, 2460 Pot- 
ter Road. Oct. 24-28 at 7:30 p.m., 
and Oct. 30 at 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 
p.m. 

■Hje Rev. Floy Cox, pastor of 
Temple Baptist Church, Norfolk, 
will be the guest evangelist He 
was born in Anderson County, 
South Carolina and received his 
education at Furman University 
and the Southern Baptist -Hieolog- 
ical Seminary in Louisville, Ky. 
He has served as pastor in Appo- 
mattox, Va.. Madison Heights. 
Va , and Richmond, Va. 

During the revival the church 
will have "Sunday Sclx)ol at 
Night". Everyone will assemble 
at 7:30 p.m. The classes will then 
have a season of prayer for that 
night's service. 

Lutrell Sawyo-, director of the 
church music progrjun. is to be 
in charge of the RMisic for the re- 
vival. 

A nursery will be {aovided dur- 
iog the revival services- 

A cordial invitation is eadaxlai 
aQ to attend tl^ service. 



Mf mutm. . . 

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8TRONO _^ 
COMMUNITIBS 



BAPTBT 



AKAOUXA BArTlHT CUt'BCB 

Sow Iteetinc Iq^^LouiM Luxlord 
SlemanUurjr^ School 
Si. C. CiUlon, Pastor 



■AyMDB BATTIBT CHCBCH 

IMO Plaature House Bd. 
JWBM T, 1l>^o«, Pwtor 



■BACIiI.AWN BAJPTIBT CBCBCH 

(tlh and Med. Avenue 
Qoori:* Wollett. Jr.. Minuter 



FAITH BAPTIST CUVRCB 

0818 Va. Beach Blvd.. Nortolc 
Frud M. Fariaa, Paator 



ilRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

351 h St. at HoUy Rd. 
H. WadfU Waters, Paator 



Ot'EAXA CBCBCH Ot CHBI8T 

1400 VLgiiUa Beach Blvd. 
Bo7 WlUoD. PaHtor 

FBIfinOKB MAMOB UMITBD 
U^VBCB OF CBBUn* 

(Concrerational Christian) 

Msatinc* in Pembrolie Manor 

Elementary School 

Eer. Carl T. Daft 



CHURCH OF GOD 

' ASMKMBLV UF UUU 

Virginia Beach Boulevard 

fUit Lane — Oceana 

Bei. Samuel D. Bieler. Jr. 

CHl'BCH OF OOD 

620 14th Street 

Bobb7 H. Sam*. Pattw 



gHAHCa A8BIJRT lIXTIinDIB* 
CUI/KCH 

Great Neck Bead 
LcKoy Uavi*. Muuster 



BAfGOOD HBMOBIAL MKTHODIBI 
CHUBCB 

4713 Hajrrood Road 
Robert F. Brjwn. Pastor 



Utum MBTBODUT CHCBCH 

5S(}0 Virvinla Beach Blvd. 
Rev. C. KatoD Oraor 

LYHNHATEN MKTHODIST CHUBCB 

Little N«k>k Road 
Rev. Oscar V. Bodrlruts 



comajNOT 



HBST COLONIAL BAPTIST CHrBCH 

George T. StallinKs, Pastor 



FREEWILL BAPTIST CHUBCH 

1415 Oceana Boulevard 
T. J. Tngle. Pastor 



LYNVHAVEN COLONY UNITED 
CHUBCH 

(ComrreKBtionial Christian) 

QneA Neck Bd. near Shore Drira 

The Rev. Tho. H. Britton 



JtlMMO METHODIST CHUBCH 

Princ«H Anne, Vtifinls 
Emory S. EUmore, Minister 

PLAZA METHODIST CHUBCH 

208 Plaza Trcdl 
'H«i4>ert O. HuMm, Pastor 



BCOTT MEMORIAL METHODIST 

CHUftOH 

400 First Colonial Road 

Rev. H. Wark Ounr, Paster 



^EMFSVILLE BAPTISY CHCBCH 

7730 Princess Anne Rd. 
Charles H, Jones, Pastor 



OCEAN PARK COMMUNITY 
CHUBCB 

DuPont Circle. Bayside, Va. 
Paul E. McCullourh. Th.M. 



BT. MARK A.M.E. CHUBCH 

Oeeana 
BcT. t>. P. Felton, Pastor 



KIKO'S ORANT BAPTIST CHAPKL 

Meeting In Kingston Elementary School 
W. Glenn Tallant, Pastor 



OAK OBOVE BAPTIST CHUBCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Alvin St. Clair, Pastor 



PRINCESS ANNE FBEEWIIX 
BAPTIST CHUBCH 

1416 Oceana Blvd. 
T. J. Tingle, Pastor 



TIROINIA BEACH COMMUMITT 
CHAPEL 

L.<iskin Bd.. Linkhom Bay 
Rev. Richard Woodwiard, Pastor 

EPISCOPAL 

EASTERN SHORB CHAPEL ' 

' B. Sidney Sondedki Bector 



TABERNACLE HBTBOMST CHUBCB 

Princ«ss Anne, Virginia 
Robert H. Gamer, Ministei 



THALIA METHODIST CHURCH 

Pine Ave. and Va. Beach Blvd. 
WilUam L. Ashev, Paittor 



BALBM METHODIST CHUBCH 

.Princess Anne, Virginia 
Itoory S, Bllmore, Minister 



PRUiCES^ ANNE PLAZA BAPTIST » 
CHUBCH 

245 Rosemont Koad 
Rev. Melvin Hughes, Pastor 



BMMANVEL EPISCOPAL CHUBCH 

233 Bowman Road 
iBev. Lieonard R. Oraves, Jr. 



0.iLILEE EPISCOPAL CHUBCH 

40th md Pacific 
The Rev. Edmund Berkttey, Rector 



ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST CHUBCH 

Prir.ceae Anne Court House 
Rev. Bruce B. Perkins, Pastor 



OLD DONATION EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch Duck Road. Bayside 



LONDON BRIDOE BAPTIST CHURCH 

I.ondon Bridge, Virginia 
O. Edward Hughes, Pastor 



ST. AIDEN'S E1>IBC0PAL CHURCH 

King's Grant Bd. and Edinburg Drive 
Rev. L. J. Taylor, Jr., Vicar 



THALIA LYNN BAPTIST CHURCH 

Va. Beach Blvd. adjoining Princess 

H:5h School 

Rev. Robert N. tVaUace 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Lynnhaven 
Rev. Melvin R. Boones. pastor 



UNION KEHP8VII.LB BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Bev. S. L. Scott, pastor 



LITTLE FINKV UROVE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Creeds — Rev. J. M. Hall, pastor 

BIO PINEY GROVE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
■* Rev. Rodger Steel, paator 



ST. FRANCIS' KFISCOPAL CHUBCH 

508 Rosemont Road 
The Rev. Clayton S. Crlgger, Vicar 

FRIENDS 

FBIBNDS MFiBTINO 

(Quaker) 
Laakln Road 

JEWISH 

TEMFLE EMANUAL 

26th and Baltic, Va. Beach 
Philip Pincus, Rabbi 



TIBOINIA BEACH METHODIST 
CHUBCH 

207 18th Street 
Rev. Beverly Felly 



PENTECOSTAL 



PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 

16th St. and Baltic Ave. 
Elwood Kern, Pastor 



PRESBYTERIAN 

BAYSIDE PBESBYTEBIAN CHUBCB 

Near Bobbins Corner 
Rev. J. E. Johnson, Pastor 



BOW CREEK PRESBYTEBIAN 
CHUBCH 

Rosemont Road and Plaia Trail . 
Wentz J. Miller, Minister 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCH 

First St., Glenrock, Morlolk 
E. (Jrowell Cooley. Pastor 



LUTHERAN 



CHBIST FRESBYTFJtIAN CHURCH 

laoO Ar»<cona Boulevard 
M, Bland Dudley, Minister 



EMANUAL LUTHERAN CNURCH 

Lynn Shore Drive at Virginia Beach 
Kennah A, Price, Faator 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 3Hth St. 
John 8, Lyles, Pastor 



MORNING STAR BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. G. L. Parker. paai«r 



EBENEZEB BAPTIST CHUBCH 

Rev. G. L. Parker, pastor 



BVAN6EUCAI. LDXakBAN CBUBCB 
OF TUB GOOD BHBf HBBO 

I486. I^aaktn Road^ 
Rev, Ottltson W, Taylor 



8T. JOHN A.M.B. CHURCH 

Davis Corner 

Rev. J. C. Paiintleruy. pastor 

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST 

Birdneck Road 

BRETHREN 

GRACE BRBTHRfcN CHUBCH 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arrington, Pastor 



CHRISnAN 



BAYSIDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

(Congregational) 
Shore Drive and Greenwell Road 

Earl L. Farrell, MiniBter 

DIAMOND SPRINGS CHRISTIAN 

CHUBCH 

Disciples of Christ 

6700 W. Haden Road 

G. ©avid Shreeves, Pastor 



4>uB' tAn^^apmmia 

BayUke Ptae^. Baystde 
Zennath R. Csrbaugh, Pnstor 



EUaS OBA»X FBaSBYTKBlAN 
CHUBCB 

w 746 UtUe Neck Ro«d 
Raymond C. Flittoh, PiuAor 

bYIOnuUNBN PBBBBXnaiiljN 
CHURCH ^^ 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr. 



PRINCE (» PEAIE LUTBBBAM 
XWUBCH 

(Mtsaourt Synod) 

424 Kin*'* &rant Road 

mv, J. tamer Me,ll-!y. PMtor 

NAZOUENE 

ooBANA cm;Bcai or ^at 

•ABAIUENB 

S, Court H6ase Rd.. Cc««m 

Paul R. AldrieH. PMtor 

. li 

BAYLAKE METHOOWT CHUBCB 

Shore Or. at Treaaare Island Dr, 

In Bayside 

Raymond X. Musser, Minister 



THALIA TRINITY PBESBYTEBIAM 4 
CHUBCH 

420 TbaUa Rood 
Sidney D. Crane. Minister 



WXCUFn nmaBYTBBIAN CHUBCB 

John B. Dey £lem. School 
J. Stanton Blatn, P^tor 

WMJ^ CAIflduC 

■ fTAJI or THX UA CATBOUO ' 
OBIPBCH 

14th St. and Arctic Circle 
Rev, Francis V. £«mbMck 



SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

111 Lobough Avenue 
Rev. J. Frederick Paraer 

CHURCH OF CHRBT 

CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd. Oceana 
Roy N. Wilson. Minister 



DBECH OBOVE MBTH0DI8T CBCBCB 

Priqceai Ani.e 
Ham B. JadMon. Pastor 



BT. OBIiOQBY TBB OBBAT 
CATBOUO CHUBCB 

7271 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Bev. FiaviaA Telinko. O.S.B. 

Rev. Paschal Kneip, O.S.B. 



BETHEL METHODIST CHUBCH 

PrincoM Anne 
Boy R. Jackson. Pastor 



BT. MATTWEW8 CATHOUO CSttSM., 

1010 Sandra Lane. Va. Beach 
Father O'Hara, Father Fiiidluy 



COMMUNITY .METHODIST CHURCH 

ACredale — KempsviUe 
Rev. John L. Kibler. Jr. 



KALA CHUBCH OF CHBUT 

Creeds. Virginia Beach, Virginia 
W. T. Weaver. Minister 



FOUNDRY METHODIST CHURCH 

Va. Beach Blvd., tjnnhaven 
WilUam H. Acosta. Minister 



8T. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHUBCB 

644 Little Neck Roiid 
Rev. Thomas M. Summers 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, 
SCIENTIST 

209 20th Street 



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Last Chance To 
See ^Brigadoon 

VIBGD«A BEACH - TTie cast 
of Brigadoon will take its final 
curtain call Sunday night. 
' The muscal, which has been 
playing at the Courtyard Play- 
bouse here since Sept. 30, will 
njake its final weekend appearance 
4rt 8:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and 
Sunday. 

Tlie LJtUe Theatre of Virginia 
Beach has announced that seats 
are still available for all perform- 
ances. Call 428-8500; after 6 p.m. 
428-9830. 

The Playhouse is on ITtti Street 
between Atlantic and Pacific Av- 
enues. 



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NEW YORK 

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'Private Lives' Opens 
New Wedgewood Season 

T0/\NO — Wedgewood Dinner-Theatre opened its Fall and Winter 
season this week with Noel Coward's gay rollicking comedy, "Private 
Lives". This play, which opened in liWO with a C3.st headed by Ger- 
trude Lawrence, Mr. Coward, and a rising young actor named Law- 
rence Oliver— then some twenty years away from krvighthood, is one 
of the best exMnples of the sharp, dry wit which has made the author 
almost a household word anwng theatre-goers the world over. 
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and ironies of passionate love, the 
plot tells of a pair of well-bred 
cosmopolitans who couldn't stand 
each other when they were mar- 
ried to each other, and can't 
stay apart when they have each 
married another mate. 

The action begins on the bal- 
cony of two adjoining honeymoon 
suites at a French resort hotel. By 
coincidence, the former mates 
,have been assigned these adjoining 
suites for their bridal night with 
^eir new spouses. When they dis- 
concerting fact, both try to per- 
suade their spouses to transfer 
their honeymoons to another lo- 
cation. But each of the new mates 
refuses such a sudden change of 
plans. Left alone after their re- 
spective honeymoon spats, the di- 
vorced pair, the old spark renewed, 
have no choice but to leave togeth- 
er. From there the plot develops 
into a mad series of chases, fights, 
broken records, and flying tables, 
lamps, and chairs. How the mixed- 
up quadrangle is finally squared 
away forms the surprise ending. 

As Amanda, the sophisticated 
and glamorous ex-wife, Arden Sta- 
roba makes a striking change 
from her last leading rde as the 
plain and simple Lizzie of "110 in 
the Shade". As the equally sophist- 
icated ex-husband, real life hus- 
band, Frank Staroba, removes his 
Boris Karloff make up of "iVse- 
nic and Old Lace" and dons the 
garb of the suave English man 
about the Continent, Elyot. Carolee 
Silcox plays Sibyl, the pretty 
young second wife of Elyot and 
Wedgewood new-comer Donald 
Hayes is seen as the stuffy new 
husband, Victor. Rounding out the 



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cast, Vi Galvin mak« her sec- 
ond Wedgewood appearance as the 
frumpy French maid, Louise. The 
play is directed by Paul Iddings 
with lighting and sound by Stephen 
Osbrach. 

Following the four week nui of 
"Private Lives", Wedgewood will 
present "Tobacco Road", a clas- 
sic of American theatre by Joseph 
Kirkland based on the novel by 
Erskine Caldwell. Completing the 
six show season, the Williams- 
burg theatre has slated "Abie's 
Irish Rose" by Ann Nichols. "The 
Owl and the Pussycat" by Bill 
Manhoff, "A funny Thing Happen- 
ed on the Way to the Forum" 
with book by Burt Shevelove and 
Larry Gelbart and music and lyr- 
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"The Desperate Hours" by Joseph 
Hayes. 

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and the play at 8:30. For reser- 
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Cavalier Dinner Playhouse, Nor- 
folk, Vu-ginia. Tlie Ftftti Season by 
Sylvia Ragan. Directed by Timo- 
thy L. Jones. Settings by George 
Herbert and T. L. Jones. Costumes 
by Diane Liederman. Lighting by 
Roy Ivy. Cast includes Will Hicks, 
Richard Conn, Wade Williams, Lyn 
Allen, Bob Reuoksr, Sue Solloway, 
Cheryl Wollct, Lee Stanton, Bar- 
bara Brown, Hollice Stander and 
Gerchian Itolzweig. Through No- 
vember 13. 

In the manufacturing of ladies' 
garments there are really five sea- 
sons, instead of four. They are, ob- 
viously, winter, spring, summer, 
fall and SLACK. Cavalier Dinner 
Playhouse's current offering deals 
with ITie Fifth Season — SLAOi. 
Timothy Jones's excellent direc- 
torial touches combined with the 
fine acting of a young and spirited 
company mark this production as 
the finest to date at the theatre. 

The Goodwin-Pincus Mfg. Co. on 
Seventh Avenue in New York City 
occupies a swanky-looking office 
suite, but business is so bad, even 
the wolves at the door are hungry. 
The fault of present circumstances 
is complicated. Max Pincus, tailor, 
works diligently to keep the busi- 
ness going, while his partner, 
Johrmy Goodwin, runs up large 
bills entertaining prospective cust- 
omers, and his wife and less than 
responsible son run up large bills 
at every store in New York. 

Johnny and Max are both tal- 
ented men. Max is a fine tailor 
and Johnny a fine salesman. Both 
had outstanding reputations before 
starting a new busines. They have 
hired a Brooklyn-born Italian de- 
signer, Farelli, who says he can- 
not do his best work because he 
can't get materials on credit. 

One of the models employed by 
the compny, Lorraine, brings in a 
male "friend" of a friend of hers 
who becomes the first, only and 
largest custiwner the firm ever 
had. But the gentleman, Miles 
Lewis, mOlionaire playboy and 
shrewd businessman is really no 
gentlemen. Although he is at last 
"cut down to size" there are 
times when he threatens the fut- 
ures of everyone in the play. 

Johnny, finally flush with wealth, 
becomes involved with Lorrainne. 
Max, the only level-headed one in 
the production, realizes late in 
life that there are other things be- 
sides needle and thread and falls 
for the new bookkeeper. Johnny's 
wife threatens to leave. Lewis 
tries to pull a fast one with a big. 
check. And the new-found security 
of the firm is again in jeopardy. 
Believe it or not this is a comedy 
and an hilarious one at that. Ev- 
ery one of the situations bring 
fresh comedy with them, but also 
the pattios of just living. 

Will Hicks as Pincus has all the 
sincerity, sensitivity and sense of 
humor necessary to his character. 
His portrayal goe5 beyond the ord- 
inary stage characterization and 
any and all superlatives would be 
in order. 

Richard Conn as Johnny does a 
nice job with the back-slapping 
salesman role and captures each 
c'.iange of mocd well. It is unfort- 
unate that he is a shade too young 



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to give this rde everything it 
needs, but he does so weD that the 
audience soon forgets. The same 
^ true of Barbara Browif, who 
plays his first frivolous, then long- 
suffering wife^ Perhaps Miss 
Brown also underplays just a bit 
too much. 

Wade Williams as the lecherous 
and shrewd businessman-playboy 
received three rounds of applause 
at his three exits on opening night. 
Th applause was richly deserved. 
Williams' portrayal of the stuffed- 
shirt must be marked as a high- 
ligtit of the production and the best 
thing Williams has ever done. 

Bob Reucker does a good job as 
Ferelli, and his small size brings 
about one of the funniest nmments 
in the play. He sometimes speaks 
too fast, but otherwise is quite 
convincing. 

Lee Stanton also turns in a nice 
performance as Johnny's spoiled 
son who wants to be ui the busi- 
ness instead of going to college. 
His moment of finally understand- 
ing his father is one of the best 
moments in the show. 

Lyn Allen, as the refugee, Mir- 
iam Oppenheim, is sweet and 
pleasant, but once or twice her 
characterization lacked consistency 
in change of mood. But her "Ber- 
muda cocktail" scene with Pincus 
is another high moment in the 
production. 

Cheryl Wollet handles the role 
of the model-mistress, Lorainne, 
with a great deal of care, and it 
comes off well. The audience likes 
her at first, but when die beconnes 
the "other woman", matters quick- 
ly change. 

The parade of models certainly 
adds spice to the production and 
the charming young ladies who 
display their charms quicken the 
play pace and the pulse pace nice- 
ly in their beautiful costumes. 

The opening night audience ap- 
parently contained some who were 
not usual theatregoers. They often 
laughed in the wrong places and 
talked among themselves while the 
actors and actresses were working 
hard to entertain them. This was 
noticed, much to the chagrin of 
the regular patrons and members 
of the theatre-wise audience. 

Cavalier has a real hit on its 
hands with The Fifth Season. No 
single person can be singled out 
for special praise. It took cast, 
crew and director to make this one 
what it is, and they have done it 
well. HJL 



Death Benefit 
For Veterans 

NORFOUC— Certain survivors of 
servicemen who die while on act- 
ive duty with the Armed Forces 
of the United States, or within 120 
days followmg separaton, are eligi- 
ble for death gratuity payments. 

The. amount of death gratuity is 
computed at six times the service- 
man's monthly basic pay. To this 
is added any monthly special pay, 
incentive pay, etc, to which the 
servic«nan n:\ight have been en- 
titled. This includes the extra 
amount paid when a person is 
serving in combat areas, other- 
wise known as hazardous duty 
pay. Allotments are not included 
in paying the death gratuity. 

Under the law currently in ef- 
fect, the amount of death gratuity 
paid is never less than $800 or 
more than $3,000, depending upon 
the rank and pay grade of the 
serviceman. This payment is made 
to the eligible survivor by the 
branch of military service to 
which the serviceman belonged. 
It is not a Veterans Administration 
benefit, nor does it have bearing 
on eligibility for benefits from the 
Veterans Administration. 

Death gratuity is paid to the 
next-of-kin of the servicenan, 
where Veterans Administration 
benefits may be paid only to cer- 
tain classes of survivors, such as 
widows, minor or helpless chil- 
dren, or dependent parents. 

Visit the office of TTiomas A. 
Moore, Area Director, Suite 218, 
Professional Arts Bldg., Norfolk, 
Va., on any claims or problems 
regarding benefits for veterans 
and their survivors. 

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sMLLMM ZMKA F^illMAN, JR., 

iKMBk OP punjCAnON 

1%e «2i|ec( of this suit is for the 
«ud {daintiff to obtain a <fivorce 
ink the bonds of MatrinKMoy from 
die said defenctent, upon tite 
§eamis of Desertion for one y«ar. 
' And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the ddendant 
is not a resident <tf the State of Vir- 
gima, the last imown post office 
addFe» being: USAF lOU Secw- 
% Sb-flce Force, Test Sq. A. F. 
Rangers, APO, SchoA>id Bics., 
APO, 96557, it is ordered tbat he 
do appear here withi» 10 (ten) 
days alter due puUicatiOQ hereof, 
and do what may be neeanry to 
irotect his M»-est in tins w&. 



• WSAtNOTICB 



A Co^MPcste: 

By: J. cifrrisFRurr, CleA. 

ftanft E. Butler, III, p. q. 
370? Virginia Beach Blvd., 
Vir^nia Beach, Vii^ia 

9 29 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VimiINU 

IN THE CU:RK'S office OF 
IHE CltGUrr COURT OF THE 

OTY OF vmcmw beach, on 

Tlffi 23rd DAY OF aPTEMBim, 

ISOB. 

DOJJNIE lee STRICKLAND, 

Plaiirtiff, 
again^ 

mMCY LEE SIW STRICK- 
LAND, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for th« 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
A. Mensa Et Thoro from the said 
defendant, \tpoa the grounds of de- 
sertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the d^endant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
adress being: 2^ Olivera Street, 
Concord Califomia, it is ordered 



• U6AL NOnCIS 

tbi^ she do afjpear here widun 10 
(ten) days after due pubMcatton 
hereof, aoid do what may be nee- 
esary to protect her interest hi 
thii, suit. 
A C(9y— Teste: 

By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, Dep. C 
Ansell, Purrin^on, & Butler, p. q, 
3707 Vffginia Beadh Blvd., 
Vir^nia Beach, Virginia 

929 4T 



COMMW^nVEALIH OF VIRGINU 

m TWE OLraiK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CmOJIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIWJINLA BEAOI. ON 
THE 23rd DAY OF SEPTEaiBER, 
.1966. 
KA-rauaj^ HUGHES GILiBERT, 

an Inft., 
Plaintiff, 
against 
KEITH EUGEra: GILBERT, 

Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of tljis suit is for the 
said plaintiff to be granted a di- 
vorce A Viriculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of wflful desertion and 
abandonment for a period of more 
than one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 



• lEQMNOTICB 

is not a resideiK of the State of 
Virginia, (he last known post off- 
ice address bmg: ISS Bronsteen, 
DO 1037, c/o FTerf Post Officft, 
San Francisco, California, it is 
arderid that he do a^e^r here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A O^— Teste: 

By: J. OUKraS FRUlT,Dep. C 
William E. FUKord, p. q. 
Suite 610 Plaza One, 
iNorfo&, Virginia 

029 fl* 



COABfONWEALTO OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERKS OFFICE <W 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WE 
CITY €^ VBRGINLA BEACH, ON 
Tlffi 28th DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 
1966. 

BARIBARA JOAN HOOD, Plaintiff, 
i^ainst 

TIK>MAS J. HOOD, Defendant. 
ORDER (^ PUBLICATION 

The <^ject of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
a mensa et thoro to be merged in- 
to a divorce a vinculo matrfanonii 
from the said defendant, up«i the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 



LEGAL NOTICES 



made and filed that the 4ef«ad- 
aitt is not a residart of the State 
dt Virgiiiia, the la^ known post 
office addr^ being: 280 East 
Creapent Ave., li^rwfili, New Jcts- 
ey. it is ordered that he do appear 
here wUhin 10 itea) days after 
due pdblicatimi hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. asms FRUIT, D.C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McK«iry, p.q. 
1389 Ladcin Road, 
Virginia, Beach, Virginia 10 6 4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 6th DAY OF OCTOBER, 
1906. 

NORMA S. CLIFT. Plaintiff, 
agai^ 

JOHN W. CLIFT, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Tile d)ject of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonnii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

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made and beA UiM the defendant 
is tKrt a resident d tbe State <tf 
Virginia, the last known po^ office 
address being: MSLaurd St., San 
Di^, CaMf., it is ordered that he 
do appear herewithin 10 (ten) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to f«t)- 
ta;t Ills interest in (his aiit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Owk 
By: PiHYLLB I®:WMAN, fi.C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry, p.q> 
13Se La^n Road, 
Virginia iBeach, Virginia 

.10 13 4T 



VntGINU: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF BEACH, ON THE 
28th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1986, 
IN THE MATTER OF VIRGINIA 
NATIONAL mm., NORFOLK, 
VIRGINIA, EXECUTOR AND 
TRUSTEE 01^ THE ESTATE OF 
JAMES B. WHITE, DECEASED. 

Bl THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
COMMONWEALTH 01- VIRGINIA 

THE cn«::uiT court of the 

CITY OF VERGINIA BEACH, ON 

THE 26th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 

1966. 

ALFONSO JOSEPH 

STRAZZULLO. Plaintiff, 
against 
FRANCIS MARION 

IffiRMONEHE STR.\ZZULLO, 
Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a di- 
vorce from the bonds of matri- 
mony from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of separation 
for two years. 

And an affidavit having l)een 
made and filed tfiat the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 1014 Shelton 
Parkway, Cherry Hill New Jersey, 
it is ordered that she do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
her interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 

By: J CURTIS FRUIT, Dep. C. 
Caton & Wright, Attys., p. q. 
2508 Pacific Ave., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9 29 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 14th DAY OF OCTOBER, 
1966. 

JANET G. SCOTT, Plaintiff, 
against 

BHAY G. SCOTT, Drfendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATTON 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrhnonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion and cruelty. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendnt 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being: U. S. Naval Fa- 
cility, Seattle, Washington 98791. 
It is ordered he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what may 
be necssary to protect his interest 
in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN. D.C. 
Kellam & Kellam, p. q. 
Board of Trade Bldg., 
Norfolk, Virginia 

10 20 4T 

COMMONWEALTII OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CU:RKS OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 12th D.\Y OF OCTOBER, 
1966. 
General Finance Corporation. 

Complainant, 
against 
D. B. Lane, 

3727 Meeting Street Road, 

Charleston, South Carolina and 
Spike's Service Center, Inc., and 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

1959 Ford, two door sedan, red. 
Serial No. A9CG18C99, and 

1958 Ford, four door, sedan. 
blue, Serial No. G8NT133250, and 

1^6 Ford, two door sedan, black 
Serial No. U6NG146734, and 

1964 Dodge Dart. blue, four door 
sedan. Serial No. 504-0^8. and 

1984 Chevrolet Impala, white, 
two door hardtop. Serial No. 418- 
47T108534, and 

1960 Chevrolet, two door, green. 
Serial No. 01837B173558, and 

1960 Ford Falcon, four door se- 
dan, black. Serial No. OK12817ffl07, 
and 

1K9 Chevrolet, four door sedan. 
green. Serial No. AaTl77521, and 

19ffi Corvette Convertible, ber- 
gandy. Serial Nj. a)8S7511K33. and 

19® Rambler, green, four door 
sedan. Serial No. D-3S8844, and 

1957 Pl>Tnouth. four door sedan, 
blue. Serial No. 143M556. and 

1960 Opel, two door sedan, red. 
Serial No. I112se8»4. and 

1949 Ford Cifflvertible, grera. 
Serial No. 9fflY^16303, and 

1^7 Chevrolet, four door sedan, 
blue. Serial No. 575I09K1. and 

1960 Chevrotet. black, two door. 
Serial No. 01111Fl«0e7. and 

198) Ford Convertible, bhie. 



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CHARLOm:. N. C. - THe cen- 
sus Bureau's annual survQr of 
school enrollment in the U. S. 
wfll be tak»i ^hfring October and 
win include the Virginia Beach 



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Serial No. DD5SYloe806, and 

1S6 Plymouth, four door, blue. 
Serial No. 14X3673, and 

1S6B Ford, four door, green, 
Serial No. I^moil^. and 

il9C« Ford. Two door, red, Serial 
No. U4NV100M8. and 

1957 Chevrotet, two door sedan, 
blue, Serial No. A57!P1783(B. 

The <*j€ct of this suit is to sidb- 
ject the above described automo- 
biles to the judgement Ifen of the 
plaintiff and have said cars sold 
at public au<^on to satisfy the 
above mentioned judgment. And 
an affidavit having been made 
and filed that the defendant auto- 
mobiles listed above are not resd-, 
dent of the State of Virginia, it is 
ordered that the owners thereof 
and any person claiming an inter- 
est therein do appear here within 
10 dys after due pablication here- 
of, and do what may be necessary 
to protect their interest hi this siut. 
A Copy Teste: 

JJOH NV. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J CUR'nS FRUTT, D.C. 
Winston G. Snider, p.q. 
5209 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

10 20*1 



area, according to Jos^h R. Nor- 
wood, DiTKtOT of "the Bureau's 
Regi<u)al O^ce in Cltololite. 

The i^irvey which is aimed at 
obtainit^ a count of the numbw 
of children and young aAiIts en- 
rolled in the Nation's schools for 
the new academic year will be 
taken here during the, work wetk 
of Octobesr 17-21, the Director 
said. 

Questions in the survey will cov- 
er pupils enrolled in both private 
and public scbooK as well as 
kindergarten through the danent- 
ary and secondary grades and 
college and ]f)rofessiflnal schools. 
Additional questions this year are 
designed to determine the current 
nund)er of high schools dropouts 
and, for coDege students the type 
of college (2-OT 4-year) being at- 
taided, the type of student hous- 
ing being used, and the majra* 
field ol study. 

The school enroUment survey is 
tdten in conjunction with the Bu- 
reau's monthly survey on employ- 
rtient and unempbyment taken for 
the U. S. Department of Labor. 
The informatwn is collected from 
a scientifically selected ^mple of 
households in this area and from 
other sample areas throughout the 
country. 

Bureau uiterviewers who will 
visit families in this area during 
October are: Mrs. Carolyn B. Hef- 
lin of Virginia Beach and Mrs. 
Hi5len K. Blassingham of Norfolk. 



Servicemen In The News 



Seaman Apprentice Mahlon L. 
Sumrell, Jr., USOG, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Mahon L. Sumrell of 
408 Lynn Shores drive, is attending 
the Engineman School at tlie 
Coast Guard Training Center in 
Groton, Conn. 



Army Private George P Par- 
sons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
E. Parsons, 410 Norfolk ave., has 
completed a nine-week communi- 
cation center specialist course at 
the Army Southeastern Signal 

School, Ft. Gordon, Ga. 
* * * 

Marine Private 1/c Fernando 
Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
.\rlis5 V. Johnson of 4036 H Deca- 
tur drive, is attached to the "Third 



Battalion, Fifth Marine Regiment, 
First Marine Division located in 

Chu Lai, Vietnam. 

4< * * 

Army Private Ronald G. Coff- 
man, son of'Mrs. Mabel I. Capps, 
1605 Pacific ave., has completed 
eight weeks of advanced infantry 
training at Ft. Jackson, S. C. 
* * « 

Army Private Ronald L. Brooks, 
whose wife, Betty, resides at 613 
13th street, has recently been 
graduated from eight weeks of 
basic infantry training at Fort 
Bragg, N. C, where he served as 
acting corporal. He is now as- 
signed to special Company D, Fort 
Gordon, Georgia, and is undergo- 
ing two monSis of advanced in- 
fantry airborne training. 



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It a^ff «-iaig lo the Copt 4M « 
eeport itf t^ aeooaats <rf VkigUa 
NaAlcoalBaidc. £xeci^or aod 'Frat- 
ts« il lUe Estate of James B. 
WMe. 4ec«i»ed. aad of Ae 
deUt «ad demands against his 
eilMe ins tesi (itod in the Ckit's 
Oiiice of tina Court, and diat wi 
moB^ bara ebpsed idnoe the 
qomoation, on motion d said 
Vfe^l^ National Bank, Executor 
and Trustee of the Estfrte of Janes 
B. White, Deceaaed, it is 

CffOmSD that «be cre^^tor« of, 
sod (dl otha% interested in the 
Estate of ,^mes B. miite. de- 
cai^, ck> ^)ow cause, i any they 
can, <Hi Qk 28th day of November, 
ISU, before this Court, in Hs court- 
room, against the .paymBit and de- 
liwy of the Estate (rf James B. 
WUte, deceased, to the devisees 
and legatees, without requiring re- 
funding bonds. 

IT IS FURTHER ORiDERED 
that this Show Cause Order be 
publi^ed once a weelt for four 
successive weeks in t^e Virginia 
Beach Stan, a newspaper having 
general circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Francis S. 'fliompson 
301 25th Street 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 6 4T 



VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 21st DAY OF SEPTEM- 
mR, 1986. 

Re: WILLIAM P. RUDROW, 
Deceased 

SHOW CAUSE AGAINST 
DISTRIBUTION 

It appearing that a report of 
the accounts of Virginia National 
Bank, Administrator of the Estate 
of WiUiam P. 'Rudrow, deceased, 
and of the debts and demands 
against the estate has been filed 
in the Clerk's Office, and that six 
months has elapsed since the qual- 
ification, on motion of the person- 
al representative, it is ORDERED 
that the creditors of, and all others 
interested in, the estate show 
cause, if any they can, on the 24th 
day of October, 1966, before this 
Court at its Courtroom against the 
pa>inent and delivery of the estate 
to the legatees without requiring 
refunding bonds. 

It is further ORDEREa) that the 
foregoing portion of this order be 
published once a week for four 
successive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper published 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia.j^ 
A CoJ^ Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 

^: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 

•9ANIDBVBNTER, BLACK, 
MEREDITH & JVI-ARTIN 
819 Citizens Bank Bldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 

9 29 4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BE.'kCH, ON 
THE 28th DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 
1986. 
BONNIE D. PAIGE, inft., 

Plaintiff, 
against 
J.\MES RIOH.\RD PAIGE, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce A Mensa et Thoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
A Vinculo lVI«trimonii from the 
said defend&nt upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defffiidant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post off- 
ice address being: VT-25-PP USN- 
ASS Chase Field, BeeviUe Texas, 
it is ordered that he do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication herecrf. and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D.C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McKem-y, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 6 41 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT CX>URT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEIACH, ON 
THE 3Dth DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 
1966. 
JUANITA A. FARNSWORTH, 

Plaintiff, 
agaaist 



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tail idi^iff t» «litiia a cBvorce 
A y^ans^ llatrimgaaii tea the 
wM <MegAiat. upoa Sue grounds 
of Sc^araUte lor anm than two 
years. 

And an a^&iaiA INtving been 
made aod lilad <M (3» MecAant 
is not a relief of ia» Sttte al 
Virginia, the lat^lpprnpost f0ce 
address being: c/o |>. 0- Box 213, 
Jean McKion^, GumsmWe, Cali- 
fornia, it is ordered Aat he do 
^;>pear lyee within M (ten) days 
after due publkatim kanoi, and 
do what may be aeeosary to pro- 
tect his intomt to this suk. 
A Copy— TJaite: 

JOHN V. fwmmas. Oak 

By: J. CURTB f»UIT, D.C. 
Brydges, Bn^Jes & HcKemy, p.q. 
l%e Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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VBIGINU: 

IN Tlffl CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CliROUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE 4th DAY OF OCTOBER, 
1966., 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a munic^ corporation, 
Cuo^lainant 
IN CHANCERY 
vs. 

T. P. POLLARD, et als, 
Defendants 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of the above styled 
suit is to sell, free and clear of 
all liens and encumbrances, for 
the satisfacticm of the liens tiiere- 
on, those certain hts, tracts or 
parcels of land, situated in the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
and bounded and descr^iied as fol- 
lows: 

All those certain lots, pieces or 
parcels of land, situated in Lynn- 
haven Borough, City of Virginia 
Beach, State of Virginia, known, 
numbered and designated on that 
certain plat entitled "Map of East- 
Norfolk, Princess Anne Co., Vir- 
ginia", dated Novariber 1906, 
by E. C Foreman, C. E., which 
plat is duly of record in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, in Map Book 4 at Page 191, 
as Lots 18 and 19, in Block 73; Lots 
1 and 3 in Block lOB and Lot 17 
in Block 105; reference to which 
plat is hereby made for a more 
particular description of said lots. 
And it appearing from the aver- 
ments of the Bill of Complaint fil- 
ed herein and by affidavit duly fil- 
ed: 

FIRST: That diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of the com- 
-plabtt to ascertain in what county 
or corporation the following de- 
fendants are, wittwut effect, ^d 
their last known post office ad- 
dresses, where known, are as fol- 
kws: 

T P. Pollard 
Address unknown 
George West 
Address uiiknown 
A. S. Pinner 
Address unknown 
Oolah Naomi Pettway 
913 Hanson Avenue 
Norfolk, Virginia 
SECOND: That Wie said T. P. 
Pollard and other defendants in 
this suit may have died leaving 
heirs, devisees, personal repre- 
sentatives, surviving consorts, or 
lien creditors and if so, their 
names are unknown and their last 
known post office addresses are 
unknown. That there are or 
migtit be persons other than those 
named in the Bill of Complaint in- 
terested in the real estate to be 
disposed of in this suit whose 
names and last known post office 
addresses are unknown. 

It is therefore. ORDERED that 
the above named persons, if living, 
and if dead, their heirs, devisees, 
lien creditors and personal repre- 
sentatives, and if married, their 
respective conwrts, and all other 
pers<ms other than tiiose herein 
named, who are or might be in- 
terested in the real estate to be 
disposed of in this suit, whose 
names are unknown, do appear 
within ten days after due publica- 
tion of this notice and do what is 
necessary to protect their inter- 
ests. It is further ORDERED that 
the foregoing portion of this Order 
be published once a week for four 
sMOcessive we^ in the Virfink 
Beach Sun a newspaper pubUshed 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

A Copy Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS Cierk 
By: J. CURTIS FRWT, DC. 

10 6 4T 



COHMWWEALIU OF VUGINU 

m THE aERK-S OFnCE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VfltGJNM BEACH. ON 
THE Mh DAY OF OCTOBEa 
1966. 
mOHAM. ClWns BAILEY, 

Plaintiff, 
CYNTHIA ANN MAfifOf BAI- 

USY. defendant. 
pROdER OF PUBUCATION 

Tfce tAject of this ait is for tl« 
laid {ioBttff to obtain a divorci^ 
A Vinculo Matnnxaui from the 



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saki leteidant, \iipoa the ^vonds 
of 2 (two) years c<»itinuous sepa- 
ratkm. 

And an affkiavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not' a resident of the State of 
Vhrgmia, the last known post office 
address being: 1840 %iq>son 
Street, St. Paul, Minesota, it is 
ord&-ed that she do afqiear here 
withm 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry, p.q. 
1369 Laskm Road, 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 13 4T 



NOTICE 
VIRGINIA: 

The Master Plan Rep<Mi on 
Parks, Recreation, Open Space 
and Conservation revised by the 
Recreation Commission will be 
heard by (he Council of the City 
of Virginia Beach on Monday, Oc- 
t(*CT 24. 1966 at 10 o'ctock AM. 
in the Circuit Court, City Hall, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. Copies 
will be available for review at the 
offices of the Clerk of the Orcuit 
Court, City Manager and Planning 
Commission. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By MILDRED L. HENLEY, D.C 
10 y 2T 



VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 5th DAY OF OCTOBER, 
1966. 

In the Matter of 

VnUJINM NATIONAL BANK 
Executor of the Estate of 

ELLEN G. CALVERT 

SHOW CAUSE AGAINST 

DISTRIBUTION 

It appearing that a report of the 
account of Virginia National Bank, 
executor of the estate of Ellen G. 
Calvert, deceased, and of the debts 
sai demands against the estate 
has been filed in the Clerk's Office, 
and that six months have elapsed 
since the qualification, on motion 
of the personal representative it 
is ordered that the creditors of, 
and all others interested in, the 
estate show cause, if any they 
can, on the 4th day of November, 
1966, before this Court at its 
courtroom against the payment 
and delivery of the estate to the 
legatees without requiring refund- 
ii^ bonds. 

It is further ordered that the 
foregoing portron of this order be 
piAlished once a week for four 
successive weelcs in the Virginia 
Beach Sun. a newspaper published 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
(Jeorge F. Darden, Jr., p.q. 
305 - 30th Street 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 13 4T 

VIRGINL\: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BElACH 
ON THE 5th I>.\Y OF OCTOBER, 
1966. 

m THE MATTER OF THE ES- 
TATE OF 

ROBERT F. ALLGOR. Deceased 
SHOW CAUSE ORDER 

It appearing that a report of the 
accounts of Seaboard Citizens Nat- 
ional Bank, Executor of the Es- 
tate of Robert F. Allgor, deceased, 
and of the debts and demands 
against his estate has been filed in 
the Clerk's Office of this Court, 
and that more than six months 
have elapsed since the qualifka- 
tion of the said Executor, on mo- 
tion of the Executor, by counsel, 
it is 

ORDERED that the creditors 
and all other persons interested in 
the Estate of Robert F. Allgor, De- 
ceased, do show cause, if any they 
can, on the 4th day of November, 
1966, before this Court, against the 
payment and delivery of the net 
e^te of said decedent to the le- 
gatees of the decedent in accord- 
ance with the provisions of the 
will of the decedent, viithout re- 
quiring refunding bond. ^ 

It is further ORDERED that this 
Show Cause Order be pubUshed 
once a week for four <4) success- 
ive weeks in the Vii^inia Beach 
San, a newspaper published in the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Cq)y— Teste: 
JOHN V. raNTOESS. Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, DC. 
E. S. Ruffin & Son.s. p q. 
520 Citizens Bank BuiWing 
^k»Mk. Virginia 

10 13 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

U^' THE CLERKS OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CIT YOF VIRGLNLA BEACH. ON 
Tm m DAY 0¥ OCTOBER, 
1966. 

ftOGm. L. WL*60R, Plaintiff, 
gainst 

LOIS L. WFNSWt, Drfendant. 
Mr. A. J. Canada. Jr., p.q. 
ORI^R OF PU«.iCATKW 
The object d tins suit is for tl» 
said plau^ttff to obtam a divorce 



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• LEGAL NOTICES 



from the bonds of Matrunony from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds <d two year separation. 

AiKi an affidavit having bean 
made and filed tfiat the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being: P. 0. Box 22, Peru, 
N^raska, it is ordered that die 
do appear here within ten (10) 
days sSter due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 
A (3opy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
3707 Virgiiua Beach Bl"d., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 13 4T 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



10 Special Noticea 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
■THE 29th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 
1966. ' 

ELVAS G. BOYD, Plaintiff, 
against 
IDA DELOIS REED BOYD, 

Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

Tlie object of this suit is ior 
the said plaintiff to chtain a di- 
vorce from the iionds of matri- 
naony from the said defendant up- 
on the grounds of two year separa- 
tion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is rot a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post off- 
ke address being: 8-5 Harvard St., 
Sprmgfield, Massachusetts, it is 
ordered that Aie do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due pub- 
Ikation hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to iM-oiect her inter- 
est in this suit. 
A Cpoy-Teste: ^ 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. D.C- 
Messrs. Caton & Wright, p.q. 
2506 Pacific Avenue, 
Vffginia Beach, Virginia 

10 6 4T 



CtHMMONWEALTil Of VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BE.'^CH, ON 
THE 11th D.\Y OF OCTOBER, 
1966. 

PATRICIA RUTHERFORD CAR- 
ROLL, Plaintiff, 
agamst 

WILLIAM EDWARD CARROLL, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this is for the said 
plaintiff to obtain a divorce a 
Vhjculo Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of 
cruelty tantamont to desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed lliat the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virgmia, the last known post of- 
fice address being; 337 Dayton St., 
Charleston, South Carolina, it is 
wdered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect his interest 
in this suit. 
A Copy Teste: 

J(MB< V. FENTRESS Clerk 
By: PH\'LL1S NEWM.\N. D.C. 
Mary R. Speight, p. q. 
Board of Trade Bldg., 
Norfolk, Virginia 

10 13 4T 



VniGINL\: 

IN THE CffiCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 29th DAY OF SEPTEM- 
BER, 1986. 
RE; Paul Henry Herman, 

Deceased 
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE 

'It appearing that the report of 
the accounts of Virginia National 
Bank, Norfolk, Virginia, executor 
of Paul Henry Herman, deceased, 
and of the debts and demands 
against the estate has been filed 
in the Clerks Office, and tfiat six 
nwwths have elapsed since the 
qualification, on motion of the per- 
sonal representative, it is ordered 
th^ the creditors of, and all oth- 
ers interested in, the estate show 
cause, if any they can, on the 18th 
day of November, 1966, before this 
Court at it.s courtroom against the 
pa^nenl and delivery of the estate 
to the legatees without requking 
rdunding i>onds. 

It is further ordered that the 
foregoing portion of this order be 
published once a week far two suc- 
cessive weeks in the Vbgiaia 
Beaeh Sua. a newspap^ having 
general circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FE.NTRESS, d&k 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, DC. 
I a^ for this: 
Petw 0. Miller 
3^4 Pacific Avenue 
Vii^Bia fieach. Virginia 
GoupkI lor Rg*Tyti?r 

MtST 



OANDIDS BY CASS.\NDRA. Avail, 
able by phoning 428-9096, between 
6 and 9 A.M. 6 16 TFN 

SEWEAVING * 

For a reasonable price — those 
skuls, pants and uniforms can be 
ready for wear — anywhere! Call 
^8-1428. 

922 5T 

AUTOMOTIVE 

20 Automobiles For Sale 

1966 Corvette. 350 H. P. 4 speed 
transmission. White with saddle 
interior. Side mount exhaust. A.M. 
F.M. radio, heater, black top con- 
vertable. 4 months old. 8000 miles. 
428-8130. 

10 13 TFN 

1965 Pontiac, 4 door hard top 
Bonneville. Reason for selling— to 
settle estate. Can be seen at 209 
10th Street. Virginia Beach. 

922 TFN 



BUSINESS SERVICES 
30 Appliance Services 



NOTICE! 

Contractors & Home Builders — 

Let us help you witli that new 

borne — additions — or repairs. 

We can furnish materials from 

basement to attic and aid you in 

financLng. 

Phone: Kellam & Eatcm, Inc. 

(1) 426-2661 

426-3750 

426-3937 

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BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 Appliance Services 



VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoove)'. 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up aod de- 
hvery. Phone 428-4222. Fuel 
Feed & Building Supplies. Inc. 

tfn 



31 Building — Repairing 



PAINTING wanted, Small jobs, 

interior or exterior. Call 428-7586. 

9 8 TFN 



36 Home Maintenarca 



Cleaning chimneys and fireplaces 
— repairs. 

-Atlantic Builders & Maintenance 
Corp., 211 24th Street, Virginia 
Beach. 428-7574 — Nights 428-7^. 
Something new! Stop Smoking! 

10 6 4T 



EMPLOYMENT 



40 Help Wanted — Female 

Waitress, experienced. Year round 
position. Apply Blue Flame Res- 
taurant, 1884 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
8 25 TFN M 

41 h'erp Wanted— Male 

Sell KN.\PP SHOES part or full 
time. Earn $25 to $150 a week on 
high commissions and bonus. 
Steady year-round business. Equip- 
ment furnished free. Write to Rich- 
ard Jones, 3468 Bertha Street, 
Norfolk, Virginia, Tel. 855-1694. 

10 6 20 



MANPOWER, INC. 

URGENTLY NEEDS 

Typists 

Stenographers 

We have unmediate assignments, 
many adjacent to Virginia Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired-work on these temporary 
jobs when convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and fb 
assignment, 627-3661. 

ManpowN'. bic 
733 Boush Street 
- 5J7-tfil 

42 Help Wan«Ml 

Male or Fem ale 

EARN wiin.E 

YOU LEARN 

I will help you. Your time is your 
own. Prepare now for the Real 
Estate Boom. Elxcelient working 
conditions and fringe benefits 
Cail me. J. F. Peters, Office 340- 
3232, Heme 464-(W5.1. 

G4MNl:nan-Segar-H^aB 
BoMeirtial Sales CMpontioa 

10 a) TFN 

43 Position Wanted— Female 

Excellent care fw children and 
infants. Hour, day, week, week- 
ends. Reasonable. 513 21st Street. 
428-6792. 
9 29 5T 

44 Position Wanted— Male 



TUTOR - aemenuuy and High 
School fiibject£. Norioft or Vir- 
gm» BMdi area. HMm. 644& 



EMPLOYMENT , 



50 Business Opportunities 

Lifetune opportunity for an am- 
bitious, aggressive person, able to 
invest a total of $10,000 in a proven 
service organization, which with 
the proper supervision, will earn 
a five figure net income. Address 
P. .Box 94, Suffolk, Va. 

10 20 IT 



MERCHANDISE 

90 Articles For Sale 



SINGER SEWING MACHINE: in 
like new cabinet. ZIG-ZAGS, 
makes buttonholes, fancy -stitches, 
darns, etc. Local party may as- 
sume payments of $11. 14 monthly 
or pay complete balance of $48.60. 
Can be seen and tried out locally. 
If interested write: "National re- 
possession Dept.," Mrs. Dunn, Box 
814, Lynchburg, Virginia. 

10 6 4T 

Refrigerator — excellent condition. 
Magnavox television. Oil painting- 
den picture. Scatter rugs. Other 
articles. Call 428-2606. 

10 20 IT 



Round mahogany glass topped 
cocktail table. Faberware rotiss- 
erie. New table linens. Call 428- 
8775. 

10 17 IT 



93 Household Goods 



CARPET FACETS - I cai sell first 
quality regular $7.99 Dupont 501 
continuous filament and Caprolon 
nylons $3.99 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
colors. Call Mr. Parker— MA 2- 
9B16. 34M-tfn 

95 Lawn-Garden Supplies 



GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT. 
Write for Free Copy, Planting 
Guide-Catalog in color, offered by 
Virginia's largest growers of 
Fruit Trees, Nut Trees, Berry 
Plants, Grape Vines and Land- 
scaping Plant Material. Salespeo 
pie wanted WAYNESBORO NURS- 
ERIES, Waynesboro, Virginia 
^980. 

10 6 4T 



109 Apts., Furn.— Unfurn. 



ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartrnent. 
Year ronn<fc*Call 428^666 or m- 
2724. 3-17-tfn 



110 Apartments Unfurn. 



Duplex — 2 bedrooms, oil heat. 
Year round rental. Electric range 
and refrigerator furnished. 315 
22nd Steet. Call 428-1940 or 428- 
3113. 
10 6 TFN 

111 Apartments Furnished 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



studio apartment — air condition- 
ed. Gas heat. utOities furnistied. 
$75 monthly. Yearly rent. Conven- 
ient location. Call 428-3680 or 855- 
6881. 

10 13 4T 

New eat-in kitchen, two bedrooms, 
living room, bath. Apply 206 19th 
Street. Call 428-9505. 

10 13 TFN 

BLUE MARLIN LODGE 
2411 Pacific Avenae 

Bachelors or couples. Completely 
furnished in luxury decor. All 
utilities, full kitchen and dining 
area. Ready for living — just 
bring your suitcase. Come see for 
yourself. Call 428-6114 or 428-5651. 
9 29 TFN 



H. I. JAFFE AND 
ASSOCIATES 

.IPKII.I.\TI<)N 

GREAT A.MERICAN 
MORTGAGE INC. 

RK\r. K.STVTK I.O.WH 

HflOriAL SITl ATIONS 

rilUNE 438-7571 

211 -ilTH .ST. P. 0. BOX 226 

VIROINI.% BE.\rH. W. 23131 



PAINT 

SALE 

20% Discount 



Dupont - Sapolin 

DeHART 

HARDWARE 

CO. 



Londffii Brid^ 



9 I Tf?«' 



111 Apartmentt Furnished 

1 bedroom, living room, kitchai, 
bath. Convenient to 5h(q>ping, 
churches, laundromat. Very rea- 
sonable yearly rental. Pacific Ave- 
nue. Call owner 428-5016 or 428- 
2143. 

10 20 TFN 



New 1 and 2 bedrooms. Rates 
monthly, winter or yearly. Abo 
rooms. Conveniently locate! for 
shopping, buses and so forth. In 
the heai-t of the beach. Call 428- 
6713. 

922 TFN 



Austin's Court Motel Apartna^its, 
206 - 19th Street. EtficieiKy 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished rooms. Block 
from Bus Statton. By werk or 
month. 

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Virginia Beach — 705 28th Street. 
Nicely furnished 1 bedroom apart- 
ment. Good storage space. Large 
yard and trees. Owner — 42G-2256. 
929 TFN 



1 bedroom efficiency apartments. 
$66 to $75 monthly. Convenient to 

shopping, laundromat, theatre, 
ocean. Call 428-9435. 

825 TFN 



One bedroom, nicely furnished. 
Very comfortable and home like. 
Yearly rental to adults. No pets. 
Holland, 411 22nd Street. 428«30l. 
929TFN 



1 bedroom. $55 monthly year 
round. Water furnished. Call 406- 
5234. 10 6 TFN 



Oceana — efficiency apartment. 
Water fumiihed. Avail^le im- 
mediately. €all 428-2030. 

10 6 3T 



1 bedroom, livmg ro«n, kitchen, 
bath and large walk-in closet. Cen. 
trally located 4 blocks from beach. 
Reasonable rental. Comfortable. 
Call 428-«60. 7 28 TFN 

Cavalier Drive, 308. 3 and 5 room 
apartments furnished. Modem, air- 
conditioned. Yearly. Call 42&-420f 
or MA 2-4575. 7 21 TFN 



APARTMENTS - Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper Realty, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, 428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 
^ 3-2-tfn 

2 bedrcom downstairs furnished 
apartment. Call 428-7866 after 2 
P.M. 9 8 TFN 



I bedroom apartments completelv 
furnished. All utihties included. 
Weekly, monthly rates. No lease 
required. 2700 Atlantic Avenue. 
9 8 TFN 

111A— Furnished House s 

Garage apartment — 2 bedrooms, 
living room, kitchen and bath. $55. 
monthly. Cottage - 2 bedrooms, 
living room, kitchen and bath. $85 
montiily. No pets. 428-6425. 

10 6 TFN 

112 (garages For Rent 



Solid Black Female Scottie — 8 
months old. First Colonial School 
area. Red collar. Reward. Call 
42&^004. 

9 22 TFN 

113A Houses. Furnished 
or Unfurnished 



1 bedroom $55. i bedroom |75-$125. 
3 bedrown $85-$200. Anchor Real- 
ty. 428-7421 anytime. 12-9-tfn 



RENTAL REAL E$TAT| 
116 Business PhcM 

Store. 317 17th Street. November 
1st. $1^. montfdy. Call «fr'lia. 
(Across from Colonial St<x-e.) 

928 TFN 

3707 Virginia Beach Boulveard. 
Office and retail stwe space avail- 
able. Brand new, beautiful, two 
story elevated building. Ideally kt 
caled betwe^ Panbroke Square 
and Princess Anne Plaza. Call By 
ler Realty, 340«)81 or 3403806. 
12-»tfn 

REAL ESTATE FOR SMI 

)iO Busineae Proparty 

Business or investment jffoparty. 
30th Street b^ween Paci& and 
Arctic. Lrt size 50 by 140 with 2 
buildings housing Kolbe Hotel and 
Restaurant Equipment Co., and 4 
room realty office. Phone owner 
428-8^ — nights 428-9370. 

10 20 2T 

1 24 Houses For Sale 

Wolfsnare Plantattoi. 2332 Planta- 
ti<m Drive. 3 beirooam, 2 baths k 
large den on comer kit $21,900, 
Mr. DeHart, 340^591, 340«U, 340- 
«7r ttJTEfi 

Wolfsnare Road, No. 1816. 3 bed- 
rooms, 1 bath with car port $12,- 
500. DeHart 340^591, 3404BU, 340 
4971. 8 26 'tfn 



3 and 4 bedroom. 2 bath, brick. 
Ranch and 2 story homes. G.I., 
F.H.A. fuiancing availAle. Call 
Anchor Realty anytime. «B-7421. 
Member of MLS and NLS. 12-9-tfii 



125 Lots For Sale 

BACK BAY - On Gian Bridge 
Road neai Charity Chjadi. 2'-'* 
acre. Ready to build wl Price 
$2,200. Phone 34a«311, 34IM971, 
340^1. Mi-tfn 



Maury Riganto 
Auction Company 



K In Hiisii. -, ,111(1 



I'.i-.il Ksi.il,.. 
S,il,> M\,-,.li 




TYPEWRITINO 

SHORTHAND 

BOOKKEEPING 

GOOD JOBS ARE WAITING! 

New Classes: Oct. 24 
Day and Night Sdiool 

Princess Anne 
Business 
College 

A DivisioD of N'orfdk Coiiege 

3707 Va. Beach Blv4 

(2 Bk>cks West ol PrJMMS 

Aime Plioa) 

Phone 340.ae2 



NOTICE 



It's easy to place a low cost classified ad in the Virginia Beach 
Sun. Just caO 428-2401 aod ask for Classified Department or iHk 
in and mail the form bdow. It's that sanple! 

RATES 
Paid in advance— Minimum charge per insertion $1.50 for fiftMn 
words, .QSc each additional word. 

W We Have To Bill— Minimum charge per uisertwn $200 for 15 
words, .07c each additional word. 



Classified Ad Dept. 
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P. 0. Box 657 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

Please run the foUowii^ classified ad times wder 

the heading 



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Encksed Q AMrem 

Bm 

Me □ Phone 



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Vli^^ia 6Mdi SUN, Thwmday, October 20, 1 966 
ftge64 




BE WARM BE PREPARED 

EARLY FOR THE FIRST CHItL! 

SAVE OIL BETTER HEATING 

CALL TODAY LET US CHECK AND 
QEAN YOUR FURNACE 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS Inc. 

431 VA. BEACH BLVD.-428-1660 or 428-1661 

PRINCESS ANNE STATION - 426-6216 

RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKS 



Mi* 



INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE - RENTAU 



JARVIS...KITCHIN 



231 VA. BEACH BLVD. GA 8-7755 

Established 1911 



TODAY'S INVESTOR 




Conventional 
HOME 
LOANS 

and , 
INSURED SAVINGS 

ANTICIPATETD DIVIDEND RATE" 

4/2% 

VIRGINIA BEACH FEDERAL 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
210 25th St Va. Beach 428-9331 



By Tbomas CHam 

Cbainnu. Board rf ftMteet 

NMeaai MmtMkm of 

ImreateMat CMw 

Q. My wtfe and I are both re- 
ttn4 and we have |S2,0M in a 
■wtaal fund, from which we have 
elected to receive $240 a month. 
We aiso have $58,000 hi gavinga- 
and - loans - association accaoala 
drawhig from 4.5 to 5.5 per cent, 
phts a banli-Bavings account. We 
own our owa jome clear irf debt. 
Could we find storks giving oa 
any better return than the savings 
and loan? Can you suggest how We 
could iminvve our investment? 

A. I see no great urgency about 
making a change in your present 
investmeni situation. 

However, at present roaritet 
prices in today's market you could 
buy t<q>-grade common or pre- 
ferred stocks or convertible corp- 
oration bonds that would pay you 
the same or even a slightly better 
income than you are gettiig now 
from your savings-and-loans ac- 
counts. On the other hand, you 
would of course be subject to the 
natural fluctuations in the stock 
market — which might make you 
nervous if you're not used to this 
kind of investing. 

Go to the trust officer of your 
bank and get his recommendations 
or to a broker you know well. If 



you receive social security pay- 
ments <M- some other pension in- 
eome in addition to the assets you 
have listed, I wouW be inclined 
to suggest that you consider put- 
ting half of your savings-and-loan 
account into good-grade common 
stodcs. This would give you a 
hedge against Infktion that your 
savings account does not provide. 
Q. I have qnte a tot of Mfame- 
■Ota Mining Stock. A nmtoal-fund 
salesman te trying to get me to 
sel! $250,000 wortii of it to put faito 
an irrevfdcaUe fwivate annuity 
Aat wm pay me $19,500^ a year. 
52 per cent of which would come 
out <rf princ^wl. This means that 
hi 20 years half of the prfau^ial 
wooU be diss^ted. Hie sales- 
man claims, however, that the 
principal will be recoiqied during 
the same period by apprecktion (rf 
tte fund; he ckrims this will save 
my heirs a lot of money in failml- 
iance taxes. pnriMte fees, etc. I 
am skeptical. 




WE mi MIEIIIG 

EOUE loims 



i/i/Aaf makes you think 
we'd stop now? 

There's a story going around that mortgage money is very hard 
to get. 

Well, maybe. 

Here at Mutual Federal, though, we're making first mortgage 
loans on selected, improved property just like we did in 1965 
... or 1949 ... or 1889. We have, as a matter of fact, millions 
available for sound loans on acceptable property in our area. 
Next time somebody tells you "They just aren't lending any- 
more," ask them "Have you tried Mutual Federal?" 



JUTUALpFEDERAL 

OF NOtfOU 

NORFOLK • PORTSMOUTH • VIRGINIA BEACH 



A. My advice is: "make haste 
slowly"! be sure you have all 
the answers before you act. 

The record of the fund you ment- 
ion is good; over the last ten 
years, figuring dividend accumu- 
lation and capital appreciation, it 
has averaged a cwnpounded ann- 
ual growth rate of better than ten 
percent. If the fund is able to con- 
tinue this growth for the next 20 
years, then it will maintain your 
principal throughout even while 
paying your $19,500 a year. The 
fund of course cannot guarantee 
this performance. 

On the other hand, you have a 
very fine security in 3M — a com- 
pany whose performance during 
the last 20 years has beoi sensa- 
tional. Its stock has gone fnrni 
$3 to $75, and the dividend rate 
has risen from 6 cents to $1.20 a 
share. Although I question whether 
3M oan maintain this record for 
another 20 years, the company still 
should do very well — and quite 
possibly out-perform the mutual 
fund by a substantial amount. 

As to iiAeritance taxes and pro- 
bate fees, I urge you to check 
with your attorney as to the best 
way to handle this problem. You 
are dealing with a great deal of 
money. You should not hesitate to 
spend some money to get profess- 
ional advice — both legal and fi- 
nancial — » before making a 
change. I suggest you talk also to 
your local bank's trust officer and, 
of there is a professional invest- 
/nent advisor of consultant in 
your town, consult him too. 

You are under no obligation to 
take the advice of any of these 
people, but after hearing all of 
their reconmiendations you will be 
in a much better position to take 
the action that is best for you. 



CEEB Test For 
CG Scheduled 



W.AiSHINlGTON, D. C. - Con- 
gressman Thomas N. Downing has 
announced that the annual compe- 
tition for entrance to the U. S. 
Coast Guard Academy will com- 
mence with the December 3. 1966 
Administration of the College En- 
trance Examination Board Tests. 
These examinations will be given 
in over 3,000 test centers. Arrange- 
ments to take the 0EE3B Exami- 
nation should be made by the 
applicant through his school prior 
to November 1. He must also com- 
plete the U. S. Coast Guard appli- 
cation forms prior to December 
15. 

Congressman Downing «n|Aasiz- 
ed the opportunity offered qualified 
young men who choose this four- 
year course which leads to a com- 
mission as a career officer in 
America's oldest cortinuous sea- 
going armed service and a Bache- 
k)r of Science Etegree. 

"Appointments are inade on a 
comp^tive basis; there, are no 
separate qu<^as for states or dis- 
tricts and no special categories," 
he said. "I ui^ aU qualified young 
mai who are intere^ed in this 
worthwhile profession to write for 
details and af^Hcation as soon as 
p<Msa)le to the Director of Ad- 
missions, U. S. Coast Guard Acad- 
emy, New London, Connecticut 
06320. 

A candidate for Ae next compe- 
tition for the Coast Guard Acade- 
my must have reached his %ven- 
teenth but not his tweflty-aecmd 
birthday by July 1, 1957 and must 
be in excellent pl^kal offlditkm. 

A hg hsdwol d^kxna is die 
minimum educational require- 
nmis, although high school sot- 
iore assured of being graduated 
1:^ June 30, 1967 are digiUe to 
enter the coiqj^tiai if they will 
have at learf 15 credits by that 
tinne. All ai^Ucants must have 
three units of Ei^li^ two in Al- 
gebra, and oBe in Plane or Co- 
<a^&iBte Gecmetiy by graduatiao. 



"Smile, Mr. Weeks", said the candid camera riding on the front 
seat as a red light stopped the bus, and. automatically he did. 
One of the few people left amongst uj who thinks about what he 
can give to Us Job r^her than what he can get out irf it Benny 
drives the TraOways local, and each passenger receives Us per- 
SMial consideration as he rolls ahmg right on time. (Photo by Gas- 
saadra) 

Friend Has Wheels - 



Does Travel 

Photo ft Text by Cassandra 

With M j:.c. 

Mass transportation studies for 
the Metropolitan Tidewater area 
have been mentioned several times 
recently in the press. However, 
meanwhile, a varied group of citi- 
zens continues to use the bus fa- 
cilities that are presently available 
Two necessary ingredients for any 
pubUc transit system are reliabil- 
ity and service. 

(For Carolina Trailways' Virginia 
Beach-Norfolk run, these qualities 
are typified in the person of J. B. 
Weeks, a veteran driver whose 
seniority goes back to wartime 
days when Norfolk Southern was 
still operating the system. 

Driving in traffic, registering 
tickets, making change, giving in- 
formation, and dealing with all 
sorts of people is a difficult job. 
Mr. Weeks manages it with pat- 
ience and good humor. On rainy 
days he stops so as to mi^ pud- 
dles; when elderly ladies get on, 
he makes sure they are safely 
seating before starting up; he will 
even change a twenty-dollar bill 
cheerfully if you allow him time. 

He works by the rules: You can 
count on his destination marker 
being set properly; and he firmly 
but politely expects you to return 
your ticket check when you get 
off; but most of all you know he 
will be by your corner at tJie regu- 
lar time and do his best to tak? 
you pj-omptjy where you are going. 
Nowadays, with the new long 
buses that are slow to load and 
unload, and the new loop into Pem- 
broke Mall on each run, it's gett- 
ing harder and harder to keep on 
schedule. Still he will often stop 
and look dawn a street to see if a 
regular passenger has overslept 
and is coming at a run. 

His passengers encompass all 
types: businessmen, schoolteach- 
ers, clerks, professional men, 
household employees, nurses, civil 
service employees, soldiers; hg 
makes friends with them all. Ask 



any regular bus rider if he knows 
Mr. Wedcs, and the chances are 
he'll ;»nile right away. 

Many conununters who drive to 
work or to shop wouldn't think of 
taking the bus, but wouldn't resi- 
tate to ride with a frierjd. When 
you go on the bus with Mr. Weeks, 
or with one of the several other 
local drivers you are doing just 
that. 

Myers Promoted 

Ashcraft-Wilkinson Company, At- 
lanta, Georgia, recently announced 
the promotion of William L. My- 1 
ers to District Manager of their 
Norfolk office. 

Mr. Myers joined Ashcraft-Wil- 
kinson in 1961 as a Sales Repre- 
sentative and served as Assistant 
Manager until his recent a^wint- 
ment. 

Ashcraft-Wilkinson sells a com- 
plete line of fertilizer materials 
and the Norfolk office covers the 
area from North Carolhta to 
Maine. 

Myers, a native of Virginte 
Beach, attended the Norfolk Di- 
vision of the College of William 
and Mary and served in the Air 
Force during World War H and 
was recalled to active duty during 
die K{»%an Conflict. 

Mr. Myers, his wife, Alice, and 
their two children reside in Linliet . 

WomenPast21 

WITH BUDDER IRRITATION 
Suffer Many TroubUs 

After 21, common Kidney or Bladder 
Irritations aflect twice as many women 
as men and may make you tense and 
nervous from too frequent, burniag or 
itching urination both day and iright. 
Secondarily, you may lose sleep and 
suffer from Headaches, Backache and 
feel old, tired, depressed. In such irri- 
tation, CYSTEX usually brings fast, 
relaxing comfort by curbing irritating 
germs in strong, acid urine and by anal- 
gesic pain relief. Get CYSTEX at drug- 
gists. See how fast it can help you, 



^4Hro 

dividend 
on afl savings for 
tKe semi-annual 
period beginning 
July t 1966. 

anticipated rate per annum 

Home Federal 

SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 









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NOV. 10 HEARINQ j RECREATION PLAN ALSO APPROVED 



Planning Commission 
To Hear Expressway 
Zoning Change Fleas 

VIRGINHA EEAiOH — City' Council hopes to take some rezoning 
matters into its own hands rather than wait for individual piscenveal 
rezoning in the future. 

Council has asked the City Planning Commission to approve re- 
zoning of about 30 acres of land in one area and 20 acres of land in 
another at its next meetii^ and public hearing on November 10. 
Mos. of the land in the 30 acre 



tract just west of Rosemont Road 
at the Virginia Beach-Norfolk Ex- 
pr,S5way interchange is now zon- 
ed for single family houses and a 



T 



DST To Co 



THIS UTHE VEVTL is really an angel . most id Oe time, but wm i^'i rea^ for trick 
or b«at night Monday. The 3-year old's name is Joanna Lynn Lowonthal. (SuiT Staff PlMo) 

TRICK OR TREATERS READY 

Halloween Preparations Being 
Made By Va. Beach Youngsters 



By H. Joseph LowenOial, Jr. 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The night 
for witches to howl, for ghosts to 
haunt and for hobgdslins to do 
whateva* hobgoblins do is at hand. 
All Hallow s Eve. better known for 
many years as Halloween, rolls 
around Monday ni^t. much to the 
deU^ of diilden and often to the 
chagrin to thdr pareits and neigh- 
hars. 



The trick or treaters are ready 
as usual in their variety of home- 
made or store-bought costumes. 
They will carry mammoth gunny 
sacks, which- wen laden with col- 
lected goodies, often have to be 
dragged the last few blocks home. 

From the youngest toddler to the 
older ones Halloween holds a pe- 
culiar fascination and one of the 
happiest memories of childhood. 
Unfortunately, trick or treating 



Request For HillBurton 
Funds For Va, Beach 
Hospital Before Comni 

mmmtk HBACH - a request for $890,77E in federal funds to be 
used for new construction at the General Hospital of Virginia Beach 
was to be conridered TTiirsday, October 27 in Ridunond. 

riae az-member Vii^a Advisory Hospital Canmittee was to meet 
to decide which hospitals in Virginia dwuld share la the 'Hill-Burton 
finds available f<M- the present fiscal year. 
Besides the funds requested by 



the Virginia Beach facility, Nor 
folk Conmiunity Hospital and Nor- 
fdk General Hospital have also 
requested shares of the money. 
B(^ shares requested are larger 
than that of tfie General Hospital 
of Virginia Beaoh. 

W. Earl Vfillis. Administrator of 
the facility, was to ^pear before 
the board seeking ^ Ainds. which 
wouM more than doi^le the size 
d. the pressM facility tm First 
C<donial Road. The h<^Ad now 
has 105 beds. 

Mllis has often caDed conditiois 
at the hopsital "a^wded". "Tlte-e 
have been as nasy m 121 patiente 
in the bo^»al A oee time, he 
•aid. 

1^ Iffi^mmriwr af iMkirts is 
sot new. Ever n^e the hospital 



was opened on July 15, 1965, it 
has been operating at near capac- 
ity- 

WiUis said the federal funds re- 
quested at preent would be used 
to add a third fkxH- to the buiWing 
h«isii)g 64 beds and for /a 50-bed 
extended care facility. Local funds, 
amounting to $1.S19,W7. would siq>- 
p!eme« the federal funds. 

U is mrt known exactly when a 
deciskm will be made on the ex- 
pansion matter, Iwt Willis is 
"hcpeful" that Vrginia Beach wiD 
get the HiU-Burton Funds request- 
ed. 

T^TUs added, "We have to.ex- 
pano. PiAients have even been 
cared for in ^^i^ment nxxns wi^o 
thwe were i» other beds availa- 
bles." 



has apparently ktst some of its 
earlier connotations. It used to be 
that one had to perform some trick 
before the homeowner was Expect- 
ed to treat him, but today, most 
of the y<Higsters seem to have for- 
gotter. tiiis. They simply hold out 
a brim-ning bag of stamach-ache 
provokers for the aduk to add to. 
And woe unto us, rarely is a sim- 
ple "thank you" ever tieard. 

Be that as it may, far be it 
from us to mar the psyche of tj^ 
youngsters, so we oootribute to 
the magic goody bag frfl tfje 
same and send them on thdr way 
throu^ the rest of the several 
neighbai- Tods they seem to hit 
these da."b. Parents even drive the 
k ds into leighborhoocte other than 
their own and wait for them to 
collect llieir ransom. 

Halloween parties and dances, 
Wi^ftre sometimes even apples are 
b:bbcd for, not really ^ harrow- 
ing experience it used to be. The 
ccatly and horrible Halloween 
pranks of old are rare Lhese days. 

"We have a minimum amount of 
trouble in Virginia Beadi each 
year",, said a police spokesman. 
"But we still prepare for Halk>- 
ween eadi year". 

TTiat {H-epo-ation includes a few 
extra men on duty and the enlet- 
mem A aid from Civil Defense, 
as well . ', spedai attention to any 
and all listed and unliited partws. 

There is no city ordinance wtikh 
limite the age of trick or treaters, 
but it can be 9CMnevi4)at dirtreakig 
to the person who answers the con- 
stant purring of the doorbdl to 
find himself kxikii^ up into Uie 
faces of overgrown hobg<Alins. 

So kt tltts be a bit of iMot fm 
any potent^' miKfaief maken oo 
the eve ol this UiUoween . 
"I^aetice mediation, or else die 
Gn^ PimifAin goona rise iq> out 
M die jMspkin pMdi and get ya." 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Yoa'U get 
a bonus on October 30. A bonus 
of t'me. 

That's when the clocks wil be 
moved back an hoar as parte of 
(^ natlM reian^to Eastera Staad- 
ai^Ttan*. 

mtaOj, yoBja^t he \ma Ja^ 
JlpiV vheH 'm^y^tK'Sli^ tliine 
went Ms effect. 

Offidany, Oie clocks wffl be 
moved back an how at 2 a.m. 
(You don't have to wait up, of 
course. Just set your docks back 
before yon go to bed. 

Thto year wiU be the last year 
in wUch hicalities will be permit- 
ted to set thefa- own Itaaits for Day- 
light Savhig Tfane. A federal kw, 
effective hi 1967, will nqufre all 
DST tocaBUes to observe a uniform 
sbc-uaonths pwkid for fast time. 

Heretofore. > some pbces were on 
DST for four months, othera for 
six. 



few homes da e.xiit at present. Re- 
zoning would be for limited com- 
mercial, industria! and apartment 
U5e, although nothing specific has 
been planned or applied for in that 
area. 

In the 20 acre site of Lynnhaven 
Park at Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard and Foundry Lane, the pro- 
! posed zoning change i.s to limited 
commercial. Although a few- 
homes exist in that area, a con- 
siderable amount of cammerciai 
activity has already b:'gun to movg 
in. A new automotive shopping 
CJenter. induding two new and us- 
ed car dealerships, is under con- 
struction. 

Ti» loM[ aty Planning Com- 
mJssiMJ dOAst at its 9:30 A.M. 
public hearing in Municipal Court 
at City Hall, will also hear rezon- 
ing pleas for pruperty adjoining 
the city's indu.strial i>ark near Eu- 
reka Park for manufacturing use 
and property on Eureka Avenue 
for multiple-family homes. 

The mass rezoning being sought 
by the City <rf Virginia Beach 
could stave off later rezoning bat- 
tles concerning property around thg 
new expressway and its inter- 
changes. Ifie expressway, espec- 
ially at urterchanges. is. expected 
to bring a large amount of com- 
merdal activities of all types. 



City Council Gives 
Aid To Creeds Fire 
Dept: And To Surfers 



CREEDS - Next Spring, tfie 
Creeds Volunteer Fire Department 
will taka delivery on a new fire 
engine. 

City Council earlier this week 
agreed to loan the fire department 
$20,000 for the purchase of a truck 
to replace a 1942 modal. 

Lsroy Dixon, fire chief, said a 
Howe pumper is being considered 



PIPELINE 



Ever had something disturb- 
ing on your mind? Ever had a 
serious question you couldn't 
answer? Ever wondered why 
smnetUag is done in a iMrticu- 
lar way? Ever wanted to find 
suQ^ne to ask s^bhi. a. jnr^ 
^CHiar pn>b!.'>m yoft have? 
Then k>ok no nire. 

Beginning with our next edit- 
Uon, the Virginia Beach Sun 
will try diligently to answer 
any questions you may have 
on any subject We don't guar- 
antee to liave all the answers 
to all tile questions, but we'll 
do our best to get you an 
answer to YOUR proUem or 
question. 

Give us a chance to hdp 
you. Write: PIPELINE, Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun, P. 0. Box 
657, Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23451. 



but that a committse will invest- 
igjite other nnakcs before placing 
an order. Once the truck is order- 
ed, it will probably be delivered by 
next April, he said. 

The Howe pumper carries 795 
gallons of water and i> equipped 
with the latest fire-fighting equip- 
ment. 

The Creeds Volunteer Fire De- 
pa.itment was organized in 1950 
and serves an area bounded by 
Pleasant Ridge and the North 
CaroHna line. In addition to the 
1M2 model it also maintains a 
1959 pumper. 

Firs department members have 
agreed to pay back the city in $100 
monthly installments. 

In other adlon Coundl: 

• Loaned Davis Corner Fire 
JP^^wrtmaRL ISjDQO for a »ew .anft- 
bulahce. 

e Required t.He display of house 
numbers on every house in the 
city so that wnergency vehicles 
mjy respond quickly to calls. 

O Gave Airlines Limousine Ser- 
vice perr.Janon to operate in the 
city and make pickups at points 
designated by the .city manager. 

# Adopted a resolution reaf 
firming its position that lots in 
Linkhorn Park not be split up. 

• Appropriated $500 for a 
study of land given to the city 
by John Aragona Enterprises fw 
recreational purposes. The land 
is located near Princess Anne 



Plaza. 

^ Adopted, with no oppositton, 
a 20-year recreation master ^an. 
The plan covers 14 districts and 
includes propcBed parks, recrea- 
tion and open space requirements. 

# Amended the city's surfing 
laws to permit surfing anywhere 
on the beach between September 
IS anC May l, except in Vir- 
ginia Bt^ch borough. In the Vir- 
ginia Beach borough, surfing 
would be permtted from 0ct(*er 
1. through April 1. 



Downing H-'re 

Nov. 1 

WAffiING1t>N - Caagnm' 
niM niomas N. Dewn^ viH bft^ 
In'Virginla Beach November i 
(0 meet residents of the ctty. 

His oflce aniwonced that ho 
will be at Ae VIrgWa BcMh 
City HaU annex at M a.-n x-H 
at the C% Ibli at MMeM ilMQ 
Station at 2 p.m. 

The visit is part of Us amial 
tour of cities and cdimtics in the 
first district. Downta« is noop- 
posed in the November S^^n- 
eral efection^ 

The congreasnan said the aHi- 
ual tour is extranely vahudUe to 
hkn b that it permtts hfan to 
come face to face witii the cit- 
izeos hi his district. 



Antique Dress 
Modeled 
For Show 

VQIGINIA BEACH - "It makes 
me feel so feminine", said Mary 
Counselman as she donned the 
56-year dd wedding dress wihch 
was first worn by Mrs. George 
L. Aldridge's mother on her wedd- 
ing day, June 1, 1910. 

Ethd Juanita Capps, dau^ter 
d J. TalbDt Capps, of old Princras 
.Anne County, married William 
Moir Carswell, and lived in Back 
Bay. Mrs. Aldridge. president of 
the Princeffi .\nne Woman's Club 
of Virginia .Beach, is her dau^- 
ter. 

Ihe k)ng and flowing wedding 
gown of net and linen was worn 
over starched, kxxse-legged ruf- 
fled drawers and camisole plus at 
teast two stardied and ruffled pet- 
ticoats. The dress was hand em- 
broidw^ and featured hag 
sleeves and high neckline with the 
addition of a net throat piece. The 
bride wore white kid gk>ves and 
carred a dainty fan of ivory and 
lace. 

Mn. Aldrkige r««aled that t^r 
m(^her had come out of de^ 
mourning for ho* wedding day 
Aen wait back into her dadc as 
was the cuMom back in the evly 
laXTs. The bride's nnother had 
paaed away a short time before 
the ctsrecaaay took pdace. 

Hie heirionn ^rta has been 
prcMn^ akeg with the fiyi md 
my be seen again at tke kiKiqaa 
Show ffiid Sale this mekmi. 

Mrs. Cotmsehtam was a dear 
Hod of liM Me Mrs. Cmwdl 
ud Ml hooom] to have been 
aOowed to wear the trrasured gB- 
neot. 



What Are Jlie Gals Up To Now? 



It ixkta lots more than the noon day sun to hire druggist Wally 
Harrell from his pilk and potions, particularly when the air out- 
doors is as brisk as the pill business indoors Friday, it took Mrs. 
Richard L. Coonsetman sweeping up the sidewalks on 31st Street, 
hraking for all the world like a determined triduter without a 
treat. Don't let the coyness fool you. She's a Prfaicess Anne Wmn- 
an's CMbber. determined to drum up business for that groiqi's 
eighth ateaal antiqMs show and sale which today began a four- 
day run tai the Ahm B. Siepard Civic Center. When tiie center re- 
turns to normal Sunday, the clubwomra hope to return to thefr 
treasura- with the treats: a tkly sum (they hope) d money for 
dtstribnUM among several community projects. 





Showsale Opens Today 



Convention Set For Beach 



VHIGINIA BEACH - lite ann- 
ual convention d ^ Virginia As- 
sociation d Resciw Squads will be 
hdd next v^r at the Alan B. 
Siqiard CooveflAkm Center in 
Vh^iaia Beadi, accoring to Qv- 
icC^a- DireckHT Sun Scott. 

About one ^oosmid pnrsoiM mt* 



expeded to attend the ttfee-day 
mec'ang at tlie Dome. 

"The As^Kiation had been ose- 
sidering %veral citi^ for Aiefa- 
1967 conventimi", saki Scdt. "But 
I made my ^di and they (teckkd 
to come %s%". 

Ihe d^ei ad for the cm^ntkMi 
iM s^eatm m,n,mim,wm: 



VIRGINIA BEACH - the hoW- 
er of the luckv number on the 
final day d the Antiques ^owsale 
will be sitting wretty. according 
to members d the Princess Anne 
Woman's Club of Virginia Beach. 

Sunday's do«r prize will t% a 
art d four Queai Anne type chairs. 
The drawing will take place around 
5 p.m. 

Daily (kMr pmes nil] he « 
special feature of the benefit an- 
tiques jhow which opens at 11 am. 
today in the .Akn B. Shepard Civic 
Certe-. 

It is ^mascred auaially by die 
chri); prdtts from this year's show 
are aunaited lor the Atlantic 
Mental Hygiene CtMxt a»i for 
schokr^p KsistaiKTe to beadi 
students. 

Mrs. Emva Mott is chairman; 
her co-disrmaa is Mra. Ev] Du- 
Val. 

ExMbttion wpK* has bien K- 



served bv <ume 42 antiques deal- 
ers f.'om nin^ states. TTiey will 
di^lay furnitur;. crystal, china, 
silver, bra?s. jewelry and pict- 
ures. Sandwiches, smip and h(une- 
made desserts will be ^rved {tar- 
ing show hours. 

Doors will open today, Frkiay 
and Satiuilay at 11 a.m. and re- 
main open until 10 p.m. SuiKfay's 
b»irs are fran noon uirtU 7 pjn. 

O&er committee n^nWs are 
Mrs. R. E. Dave^wrt. Mrs. M. B. 
^1, Mrs. Hardd Grafaam, Mn. 
I^inald Whitdiur^. Mrs. FOrr. 
Mrs. BenjanMn W. Wrotm ud 
Ut%. Ray Duc^. 

.Also, Mrs. A. R. Biai^. Mnu 
Geofe Aldr»^. Mrs. I^wwi 
Sifflide. Mrs. A. G. Hoim. Mn. 
K. R Bradanyer, Mrs. I^wtate 
ami Mrs. J. Doi^^ Whn. 

Hdiung also ut lbs. C % 
•Jnnigan. Mrs. JoKpb Swler Mi 
Ifti. ^aalqrlioMi^ 




McQiAv (oeater) gmmi ckaimuHi fa- Hnlla-fia-loo. teHa 
I*' to tatet m time aad be tatradaced. MUlie's 
charm pvevealed many a crisis. 



ARE. Forum 

A lecture by Dr. UmM Reilly 

of Nc\v York will Ik; given at the 
Sunday Forum on October 30th at 
3:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the 
.\=sociat:on for Resetrch and En- 
lightenment, ^th Street and Athn- 
Uc Avenue. The sii>jeet of the 
lecture will ba "HealiLi Patterns 
in the Edgar Cayee Readings." 

Dr. Rsilly is a jrfiysitherapist 
who hac carried 03 his practice 
for many years in Raekefelkr Cen- 
ter in New York. He has recently 
rztired to his Health Farm in 
northern New Jersey near N«W 
York. He plans to open a clinic 
at A. R. E. hendquartftrs here to 
mnz the community, mucd of Ae 
equipment for which has already 
befn delivered. 

Dr. Reilly's lecture will be fol- 
bwed by a qu«tk>n and answer 
periad, after which an informal 
coffee hour will take place. This 
event is open to the public For 
further information call the Associ- 
ation. 



rariif Jum ... By OLGA EDWARDS 



I%«toa * Text By Catsaidv 

"file worid is a stage; the stage 
is a W3rld of enter-tain-ment!" &> 
swag thg 100 or mjre local actors 
aad actresses-^sinessmai, pro- 
fe£^(Hials, educators, salesmen, 
IteW^ns, supervisors, and actii^ 
faaos as they ran tmrd and round 
ti% stage (m tbe Finale ol HoBa- 
Ba-LM. ht)A at the Civic Center on 
Friday and Saturday Ni^ts. giv- 
ing &ieir ail to the 12tii Annual 
Cabam Follies. 

Directed aad choreografriied by 
Cnti iMaam, of New York, who 
joined the cast for small spots and 
!»I]y-hoed away stage fright, this 
aomul ^uw was one <^ action, a 
Go-Go. a Blast ctf cdor, m>e«d and 
a s(qUsticated ca^ showing tal- 
tfA and ccoperatum with each oth- 
er- It mcn^ 

Tbe puipose of the Virginia 
Beadi Process Anne Woman's 
Chib" is to develop the American 
deottcratic spirit of fellowsMp and 
service." according to Mrs. E.-1- 
w»i A. Stadrie, omtact chefaman, 
and in aireac^ reaKzing over $1,000 
to be cwtriiutei to Canqi Ctvitan 
and Oe setting up Of a Halfway 
Bouse at the Beach, the Clu)> has 
reSN^icd its goal, after nNati& of 
labor. 



1i^ RHle Mcihiire as Chair- 
man, Ratfa Story and Ane Laiqi- 
liBlMCA'dun-ilian. ta; setla^ was 
an Hawaiian one, with tbe eirtire 
D(ane ^laze with ropes (rf U^its 
aiHi nautical s::enes covering the 
walls. Eadi scene represented an 
Advertiser, and Wail[to|! A^ club 
mmrixers in revealing Hula dress 
hi^ no trouUe selling chances on 
t^ $100 gift certificjrtes donated 
bS Aienader-Seagle and WfBis 



To the accompaniment of RmmI 
Boose's Orcteftn, with BID MO- 
ier. Director of Mush: at Vffginia 
&acfa Junior High as pisnist. the 
curtain rose on the cast in red 
saUn formals with the men in 
vMie CMto and Mack ties, profess 
ioti^f aiade 19 19 *e aeaa Mia. 
ietiteii adhari beMoR vA "Bey. 
Lack Us Over", inme^rt^ daac- 
hg tteir way Me the tiMtts of 
VB ausRBCe. 



tt fed-hanwi and 
siticy and Hoi MHtoie. tall aad 
fierbaDs ttiiAcfne of €bt pnrfitenis 
af F!r^ Colonial, naie n m- 
^smtciag eoBole as the^ sng mI 
d«Ked; wbA ial^ when Mk iito- 
Ann fiae tixqtMf^ "Tlie Bdi- 
Ba-Loo" Wate", cortaoied n !^ 
pire Uoe. ^Id, mcA wMe satta 
wtt stmcgkofL trants tiie mm is 
Mae tmks, gold sa^\es and iri^ 
troiBCTS, JM#r« aai 'Jtai ware 
apin oat^anding. 1^ aal Oai 



who can earn ♦'j.OOO in 3 daj^ has 
got to be good" brought prolonged 
clapping and whistles. Other com- 
ic skits were Ttie Kids, Becky 
HcDse, Gladys Davcnpwt, Jo Kell- 
am. E'ma BuatiBg, Ceiia Maestas, 
and Agnes Aldrldge from the "pi- 
i:t Prtocess Aane Womaa's Clab. 
loyal and helpful to their daugn- 
ters giving tl*eir time and talent 
to the project, altho their Antiques 
SB»w starts tamorrow, kicking off 
the Virginia Beach social season. 

Stuart Grimes, president of tiie 
Juniors, was a light footed and 
ligtit hearted dancer as she real- 
iied the club's soal was achiev^H 
and the Recfcettes in greoi and 
blue sequins were Cicctiic, a^ 
they swung into the Finale, where 
Atkinscm was oulW into f'p fast- 
moving and fast-stepping Iin& 

There was a capacity audience 
pn both nights, joining the dancers 
"in a dream of romance" before 
and after the show. Senator and 
Mrs. mniam P. Keflam. she in 
a glitter white-cink formal with 
Empress Josephine hair-do; Mrs. 
Sarah Wood was lovely in robin's 
egg blue chiffon with crystals; 
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Troutman 
with tik. and Mrs. M. P. ^Din^t- 
wortt of Norfolk were a happy 
foursome; C3iief Ed Moore, with 
Mrs. Moore, in gold and coral bro- 
cade, Mr. and Mrs. Everette K. 
WTsoo, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace 
Clarke, and Mrs. Roy De Hart. Sr. 
and the Featresses formed a ta- 
ble. 

EUsabeA and Bud Feeney, Mr. 
and Bfrs. Floyd Dormire. Jr., Mr. 
ad Mrs. HWon Portn-, Mr. and 
Mrs. Georfe Defclnr, AHce and 
"Rip" Rapel. Mary Etta and B<A 
he'b', Mwgaerite Shefly and Bill 
Rffller, Mere only a few out of 
those out for an ei^iing of stream- 
lined entertainment with a worthy 
cause ever in mind. 



'Mousetrap ' Cast 
Selected 

Beach Little Theatre has selected 
the ca-t for its second show of 
the season, an Agatha Christie 
mystery, "Tie Mousetrap". 

Directed by Geo WUliams, the 
play will be presented at the 
Courtyard Playhouse December 2, 
3, 4, and 9, 10, 11. 

Included in tfie cast are Chi 
Chi Lively, Liz Sills. Angela Walk- 
er, George Mentz, Phil Uhler, 
Sam Hakim, Mac Manus and An- 
thony Vickers. 

The production staff will be 
headed by Floss Lawson, and the 
set will be designed by Bob Henry. 



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Jady SiHdc'aid, WeUb and Doris 
BrawB and others we^ doirvj a 
good chorus job. while sDJoists 
F«re C s pp r ad ge. im Kelua, Mar- 
tv Ihmj wA Barhara AksiH 
siogiag "On a Womks^ Day", 
"I Caa't S^ No", "Feelji^ Good" 
and 'Jda^KOe" brmi^ slid ap- 
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pe-fectioe in he- solo dam^. .Ar- 
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Recreation 
Classes Grow 

Tfle Virgnia Beach RecreatiflBi 
Department, Unkm Kempsville IH- 
vis'on is phased to annoiaice tliat 
much pr(^ress has been noted in 
its class enrollments at the vark)as 
centers. 

There are twenty or more ladies 
teamfaig how to makfi hats in the 
Millinery class at Sedward, under 
the supervision o| firs. Ira Wat- 
kins. M the Union Kanpsville Csn- 
ter, Mrs. 8- R- Ballards's class in 
Sewirig ha& an enrollment of sev- 
enteen members. Mrs. Alice Bell's 
Knitting clats has n «ffo!lment 
of twehe. There is yet time to en- 
rol! in any <rf the above mentioned 
classes and learn liow to make 
useful and beautiful thmgs. 

Applications are still being taken 
for the class in smaH electrical ap- 
pliance repair and welding. 



Womans Club Matures 
Gracefully By Giving 



. TVDC Meeting 

NORF(MJC-Tbe araiual meeting 
of the Tidewater Virginia Develop- 
ment Council will be held sn Fri- 
day, November 18, at 6:30 P.M.. 
in the TWewater Room of the 
Lake Wright Motor Lodge, on 
Nor&ampton Boulevard. 

The purpose of tfiis meet'ng is 
to review the Ccuncil's activities 
f.;r 1965, hear the projections for 
1967 anS elect those who will serve 
the TVDC for the coming year. 



VJBaL'^JIA BEACH - Past 40 
—and still going strong! Tfiafa the 
Princes; Anne Woman's Club of 
Virginia Beach. And its middle- 
age spread covers a k)t of teni- 
t:^ as its progress and profit has 
become wider and big^ with 
each passing year . . 

Bom in 1923 with a nucleus of 
around 35 women d^rmined to 

Kempsville WC 

Honors 

Mrs. Williams 

KEaiPSVILLE - Mrs. John G. 
Williams was named the Woman 
of the Year by the Kempsville 
Wo.Tjan's Club at the October 
meeting. She was presented a sil- 
ver bowl. 

The luncheon meeting featured 
Dr. Dietrick W. Heyder, psychia- 
trist and Director of Mental Health 
of Norfolk and Chesapeake. Dr. 
Heyder presented a history and 
development sf the care and treat- 
ment of mental illness. 

New membsrs introduced were 

■ Mrs. E. George Middleton, Jr., 

.Mrs. A. L. Coates, Jr., Mrs. Wil- 

mer M. Jones, Mrs. Maurice 0. 

Casey, Jr., Mrs. Robert J. Hitt 

and Mrs. Herbert C. .Mooro. 



contribute time, energy and ef- 
fectiva leadership to the better- 
ment (rf the conununity, it has 
matured hito respected member- 
body wMcii now numbers wdl ov- 
er 200. • 

Mrs. A. E. -Ewell, the fir^ presi- 
dent and who served until 1929, 
credits its expansion to the in- 
cpea-sing fini calibre of presi- 
dents who have come up from the 
ranks. 

"Wom«i jjst naturally lead bet- 
ter than m^", she said. "We see 
what has to be done, th«i we see 
that it does get doM. Women al- 
ways get (heir way!" 

Past presidents of the club are 
honored guests at the birthday 
celebrations. .Along wiA Mrs. 
Ewell at the 41st Birthday Lunch- 
eon held at the Pine Tree Inn last 
week were Mrs. R. H. Owen who 
served from 5^« and Mrs. J. 
Douglas Wilscm, immediate past 
{H-^adent. 

Tliere are 19 living past presi- 
dents and each one has received 
a ^jecial lelta- xA thanks for fteir 
service tc tte club. Tlie letters are 
very special as they were mailed 
from the Po^Jnaster Ge.Terals off- 
ice and bore the first issue of the 
General Federation <rf Women's 
Club stamp which salutes ks 
Dianwnd Jubilee year.' 




Just before the cake-cutting, Mrs. Ewell. the first, and Mrs. 
George L. AMridge, the current president, lead fai the wish for con- 
tinued service as they blow out Qie symbolic candles. Seated is 
Mrs. Shniele, first vice-president. 



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Fund Raiser 
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VIRGINIA BEACH - Pianist 
Clifford Herzer should, indeed, feel 
instrumental in helping the popu- 
lation explosion. 

The Beach pianist will be feat- 
ured in a bMiefit concert Nov. 20 
in the Princess Anne High School 
auditorium. Proceeds are earmark- 
ed for the General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach delivery room. 

The Auxiliary to the hospital, 
sponsors of the concert, have an- 
notinced plans to purchase an ob- 
stetrical delivery table with profits 
realized from the concert. 

Showtime is 3:30 p.m. Tickets 
are available at the Martha Herzer 
shop, 2122 Atlantic Ave., and the 
two Alexander-iBeegle shops: 207 
Laskin Road and Pembroke Mall. 
They will also be sold at the aud- 
itorium the day of the show. 

Herzer's program will include 
works by Leonard Vinci, Scarlat- 
ti, Bach-Busoni, Chopin, Liszt and 
a contemporary composition by 
Dmitri Kabalevsky. 



Candy Sale 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The Vir- 
ginia Beach Civitan Club will con- 
duct a trick or treat Halloween 
Candy Sale on Friday, Saturday 
and Monday,, before Halloween. 
Area grocers are cooperating in 
the venture, and the candy will be 
sold at ttie beach proper and the 
Plaza. 

Tommy Harrison, chairman for 
the drive, says he expects to sell 
over a thousand pounds at a dol- 
lar per bag. 

The profits will be used to help 
sponsor "Camp Civitan", a crip- 
pled childrens' home in Chesa- 
peake. 

All Civitan Clubs in Norfolk, 
Portsmouth, Suffolk and Chesar 
peake are conducting their own 
drive for the same purpose. 



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The Virginia Beach Dep^ment 
of Parks & Recreation is Interest- 
&i in locating instructors to teach 
in its Activities Program. Areas 
in which instructors are needed at 
this time are as follows: oil paint- 
ing, sewing and arts & crafts. 

Any one interested should con- 
tact the Department as soon as 
I possible. 



Dugroq Elected 

VIRGINU BEACH - H. E. Du- 
groo has been elected president of 
the Council of Civic Organizations. 
The meeting was held in the Coun- 
try Club in Kempsville. 

Other new officers are Francis 
Cohan, first vice president; George 
Safarino, second vice president; 
Glenn McClanan, recording secre- 
tary; Mrs. Evelyn Bradshaw, cor- 
responding secretary; and Mrs. C. 
J. Eavenson, treasurer. 

Directors who will serve two 
years are Mrs. Frances Speight of 
Sherry Park Wwnan's Club; Hen- 
ry Roughton, North Thalia Civic 
League; and Homer Brockman, 
Lynnhaven Inlet Civic League. 

To serve one year is Merritt 
Graham, past president; Paul 
Mosher of Pembroke Manor Civic 
League ;and Vernard F. Wagner 
of Chesapeake Beach Men Club. 



Mr. and Mrs. Isador Frost of 6225 Newport ave., celebrated their 
Gtlden Wedding Anniversary at the Black Angus. They are the 
parents of six children, and have twelve grandchOdren. 



Cander Speakers 
Available 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Dr. James 
P. Charlton will head a speaker's 
bureau of medical men who will 
provide information on cancer to 
secondary school students. Local 
physicians, well qualified and 
trained in this subject, will be 
among the speakers. 

The Reverend Clayton E. Crig- 
ger, Public Ekiucation chairman 
for the Virginia Beach Unit of the 
American Cancer Society, an- 
nounced this among the schedule 
of worthwhile plans for the ensu- 
ing year. ^ ■ -tlli 

Teachers of health classes may 
obtain speakers by contacting Dr. 
Charlton, or by calling the Vir- 
ginia Beach Unit office at 428-4151. 



CBers' Coffee Break 

VmCINU BEACH — '"Itie Cof- 
fee Break", a monthly social of 
the Virginia Beach Band Radio 
Club, Inc., will be held in the Cape 
Henry room at the Dobbs House 
restaurant. Lake Wright Motel, 
Friday evening, October 28, at 8 
p.m. 

Brady Atkins, president, extends 
a welcome to other CBers to visit 
with the local members. 

Airman William J. Leonard, Jr., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. 
Leonard of 332 Caren dr., has been 
selected for technical training at 
Chanute AFB, 111. 



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^<kly System For Halloween 



We are fully in favor of fun and 
frolic on Halloween. It is as much of an 
American institution as apple pie or 
dhocolate ice cream but that fun and 
froUc must be the proper Icind and it 
naust be controlled. 

Not so many years ago we can re- 
niemb^ the soaping of windows on 
c#rs and houses, the marring of houses, 
tiash cans turned over, the trolleys be- 
ing puHed away from the wires and 
the dinky street cars being iifted from 
the tracks by hoodlums. In those days 
everyone dressed up in costume and 
joined in the "fun". 

Now fortunately Halloween is for 
the kids, and that is as it should be. 
And onjy the younger ones should take 
part in the tri^k or treat festivities, the 
way we see it The older ones are ordi- 
ten they seem to want the old style of 
mischief. 

In many neighborhoods we have 
heard of a fferrific dea being employ- 
ed. Not only are the lights kept turned 
on outside and in the yards, but par- 
ents patrol the streets. This is not being 
at all cruel. It is a fine way to control 
the fun of Halloween. Civic leagues set 
up a schedule for parents to control the 
streets to keep the area safe fpr their 



own children, to keep out the older 
ones who have no business there in 
the first place and to keep to a mini- 
mum the chance of malicious mischief. 
Virginia Beach police do an excellent 
job on Halloween night and most of 
the would-be pranksters have been 
steered to organized parties, but there 
are always a few who search for trou- 
ble. And they usually are good at 
finding it. 

We congratulate those parents who 
have set up their own system of con- 
trol on Halloween in their neighbor- 
hoods and suggest that those who 
have not, take note of the "buddy 
system" and adopt it. It could mean a 
safer neighborhood for everyone and 
hold down the chances of possible 
property damage as wed. ' 

Halloween should be fun. We do 
not imply that trouble is ahead on Hal- 
bween but there are always "bad ap- 
ples" in every barrel. Virginia Beach is 
quite fortunate it has had so little trou- 
ble in the past. This is as the direct re- 
result of moves taken ahead of time by 
Virginia Beach police and the residents 
of the many neighborhoods. Let's keep 
it thai way this ye^r. 




THE BEACH THIS WEEK 



Tl» Industrial Development Au- 
t&rity has added its supp<nt ts 
the proposed e^ablishment of a 
vocati<Mial-technical school in Vir- 
glnia Beach. City Council has aet 
up a si^clal committee to look in- 
to the feasibility of sudi a sctwol. „ _ .. — 
The suggestion of the facility was eet addkifm to the growing numfter 



iitf was ckisad because any public- 
ly about the ^peelings could cm- 
c«vrf>lv cMise swne question ih 
the minds oi tpe residente of fte 
city. 

S & W Cafeteria became the lat- 



Industrial Show At Dome 



A Great Man And A Great Virginian 



Death has taken from us a man who 
gave his life to public service and to 
the betterment of his beloved state of 
Virginia as he saw fit. The death of 
former U. S. Swator Harry F. Byrd has 
eroded the fabulous fifty year career of 
a ^an history will be proud to remem- 
ber. 

He was a statesman of the first order 
and an authority on every phase of 
government. His long and colorful ca- 
reer spanned a half-century of change. 
But Harry F. Byrd never changed. He 
followed unswayingly his conserva- 
tive, and cautious approach to good 
government and his robust and rugged 
attitude toward the great outdoors. 

When Harry F. Byrd, Sr. entered 
public life he was considered by many 
to be a radical in his thinking, a real 
liberal. His approach to government 
and fiscal. soundess was far ahead of 
his time. And through his stern handl- 
ing of the reins of govermment Virginia 
prospered and grew. Virginia changed, 
but Harry Byrd never did. 



When deficit spending became the 
ordinary, he couldn't go along. That is 
when he began a slight split with the 
times. He laughingly called himself 
"the last of the original New Dealers." 
The New Dealers changed, Harry Byrd 
never did. 

The times caught up to Harry Byrd, 
then passed him. Still he never chang- 
ed. To the last he maintained the same 
policies that had made him successful, 
powerful, influential, cussed and be- 
loved in Virginia and in the United 
States. He believed strongly and irre- 
vocably in those policies. 

Virginia's Man of the Century, the 
intimate of President and of common 
men is gone, but his memory will live 
on. His "golden silence" in presidential 
campaigns will be long remembered; 
his adversity to deficit spending will al- 
ways be a challenge to statesmen who 
have followed him; and his great con- 
tributions to Virginia, The United States 
and the World have already made their 
mark in the h^rts and minds of us all. 



VDRCrlNIA BEACH - What is 
hoped will become an annual event 
will be held at the Alan B. Shep- 
ard Civic Center November 10 
tCirough 13. 

The industrial exposition is being 
promoted by the Virginia Beach 
Industrial Commission and the In- 
dustrial Development Committee 
of the Virginia Beach Chamber of 
Commerce, in conjunction with 
the Civic Center. 

More than 40 national and local 
firms are expected to exhibit prod- 
ucts. The exhibits will be on dm-< 
play at the Dome for twelve hours 
on three days and a shorter per- 
iod of time on Sunday. 

One of the highlights of the in- 
dustrial show will be a model 
Mercury capsule on display by the 

Bond Issue 
Forum Held 



National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration. Both adults and 
children will be, able to climb into 
the space capsule for a mock 
space fight. Tuere will also be- a 
narrative fihn concerning space 
flights. 

The show is being held to ac- 
quaint residents of the city of 
Virginia Beach with the products 
and services produced in thi5 area 
and to interest new industry in 
locating in Virginia Beach. 

The title of the industrial exhib- 
it will be "Progress Profife W."- 

Other exhibitors, besides NASA, 
will include National Airlines, Par- 
amount Bedding, Norfolk Redevel- 
opment and Hci'sing Authority, 
SCM Corporation, Reynolds Met- 
als, Guille aee! Products, VEPCO, 
Virginia Camper Corp., Tops 
Chemical Co., Haycox ?hotoramic, 
Inc. and Southeast Plastics Inc. 

Others are Quality Beats Co., 
Chemical Research Products. Ag- 
rico Chemicals, Tektroniz, Inc., 



Newport News Shipbuilding and 
Dry Dock Corp., C & P "telephone 
Co., of Virginia, and J. G. Wilson 
Co. Additional exhibitors may ac- 
cept invitations before the show, 
accordng to Saott. 

School Bus 
Road'E'O Set 



Interchange Preprations 



In a little more than a year the Vir- 
ginia BeactvNorfolk Expressway will 
be a reality. At the various inter- 
changes there will obviously he a mec- 
cx of commercial enterprise, to include 
s^vice station* and stores of all tyfjes. 

By evolution these interchanges will 
also be parking points for commuters 
not wishing to drive to »id from 
neighboring cities to work each day. 

We are aware that studies are under- 
way by several agencies tc»«ard es- 
tablishing some sort of mass transit for 
the city of Vifginia Beach, j^oter^d 
arourd the toll road. Monorail has 
been suggested. Buses have been sug- 
gested. And there have been other 
suggestion too. But no matter what is 
finally cbtSCW upon a« the bast- coyr^e 
will be too l^e for the opening of the 
expressway. 

As the afea osntinues to gcow and 
tM populatton of Virginia Beach ron- 
flnues to mushroom the answer to this 
M-^em rVMit osme now. Id ten years 



Virginia Beach should be Number One 
in population in Virginia. A smooth 
transit system must not only be inaug- 
urated by then but it must also be in 
smooth operation by then. Otherwise 
the traffic problems will be unbelieva- 
ble. 

We 'suggest that the city move 
quickly toward purchasing land for 
parking areas for commuters near the 
toll road interchanges and that con- 
crete ^ars^ for some sort of mass trans- 
it system be made now. 

If t^ inaease in automobiles con- 
tinues in Tidewater at its present rate, 
(and it certainly should) even the ex- 
pressway will be hard to handle all 
the cars of ten years from now. Mass 
trajisi^ uaed by a laffd segment of the 
conwnuter populat»n seems to be the 
only answer. 

it is n(^ our intention to indicate 
that there is ^ dragging of the feet on 
the part of anyone. We simply wish to 
see some^ing done. . .now. 



VIRGINIA BEACH - City of- 
ficials directly concerned with the 
$7 millon bond issue to be voted on 
in a referendum on November 8 
spoke Wednesday night at an open 
forum at Princess .\nne High 
School. 

The forum was sponsored by the 
executive board of the Plaza Civic 
League. 

Involved in the bond issue are 
the Sdiool Board, and the Depart- 
ments of Public Utilities, Public 
Works and Recreation and Parks. 

The school section of the refer- 
endum seeks $2^2 million for the 
construction of new schools in 
the Princess Anne Plaza area and 
for improvements to existing 
schools. 

School officials also said that 
another bond issue for additional 
school money will probably have 
to be called for sometime next 
year to keep up wit"i demands in 
rapidly growing arcns of the city. 
All of the ncces-jry money is not 
\^,■^■r^a so'teht now because of the 
fai^ier intoest rates «hi bonds. 
'i..t rates are expected to be some- 
what better next vear. and the 
f^lv rvenue "e ns s:;iight now is 
the amount absolutely needed im- 
mta.jtely. 

Money for the Departments of 
Public Works and Public Utiiitij-s 
is being soug.U tor new strsa: an 1 
rosd projects and sewerage and 
water projects. 

Recreation and Parks Depart- 
ment funds are being a=ked for to 
finance the fi'">t part of the mas- 
ter plan for rtcrtanM which has 
been approved by City Councii 
and residents of Virginia Beach. 

City officials explaii»d just what 
is being asked for in the bind 
issue at the forum and answered 
the few quesimns asked by a rath- 
ei* anall crowd. 

.4mong the officials on the plat- 
form were Citv Manager W. Russ- 
ell Hatchett: his assistant. Rjjer 
Scott: School Superintendent. 
Frank W. Cox: School Board 
Chairman. J W. Buffington: and 
.\ssistant &ipenntcnd«it of Schools 
Milkrd P. Strickler. 



Policeman Of 
Year Sought 
By Jaycees 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The Vir- 
ginia Beach Jaycees are searching 
for the "Policeman of the Year'. 
He will be honored at a banquet 
on November 22 and presented 
with the second annual Travis 
Branch Memorial Award. 

Da'e Bsnson, assistant City At- 
torney and Virginia Beach Jaycees 
chairman of the Poiicaman of tha 
Year committee presented the 
nomination forms to PMice Chief 
J. E. Moore for distribution to 
a.iv and all policeman who wish to 
maki a nomination. 

By the rules set up by the Jay- 
cees t!ie recipient of tlic award 
will bo a patrolman b'.:low the 
rank uf sergeant, and he will be 
nominated only by his fellow pj- 
liceman. 

1 c selection cf the winner is not 
danc by tl'.e police, however. .\ 
?L':et:on committee of interested 
:s.i influential citizens of Vi.-ginia 
Ika:'h will choose t::e winner at 
a iuncheuH on .Novembar 15. 

Tiie nonriinati;»n forms ara baina 
sent upon comjxticn to 
member and Civic Center u.rai ar 
Sam Scott. Scott will turn them 
over to the sdection cornmaita. 

Mr-. Joyca Branch, w ;d,.w o' 
Travi, L. Brandi. 'S txpuctcd t) 
prcj-ent the award to t :e win.ner of 
the Poirccman of the Y^ar contest 
at tiie Black .\agus Resiaurant. 

The award was established in- 
the Jaycees In honor of Juija 
Branch, who died if injuries re- 
ceived in an automobile accident 
dur:ng the summer of IM5. Branch 
was judge of Juvenile and Do- 
mtstic Relations Court of Virginia 
Btach at tic tim- of h's death. 
He was known as a fair-minded 
officer of the law and \va< highly 
respected by all ciUzens of Vir- 
^^mi B«adi. 



VIRGINIA BEACH - A brand 
new event sponsored by the Bay- 
side-Princess Anne Jaycees, will 
take place on November 19, and 
if interest is any barometer, it 
should become an annual event. 

In conjunction with the City of 
Virginia Beach, the Jaycees are 
holdin ga School Bus Road-E-0 on 
the parkmg lot of Princess Anne 
High School, beginning at 10 A.M. 

Donald Gregory is chairman of 
the Jaycees' committee handling 
the planning of the event. - 

Rex F. Bolton, Assistant Trans- 
portation Director of the City of 
Virginia Be'ach, said that nwre 
ti'.an a hundred pubic school driv- 
ers have already entered the 
event. 

The competiiion is open to all 
public scliool driver with at least 
25 hours of school bus driving ex- 
perience. 

"We didn't know there would be 
this muaii i."i*erest when we an- 
nounced the competition", said 
Bolton. "But we are glad the inter- 
est is so great." 

A planned obstacle course will 
ba laid out on the parking lot, 
and each driver will manipulate a 
school bus tlirough it, according to 
Bcltcn. The i-ivers will be judgsd 
en driving ability on a point scale. 

Judges will be selected about a 
week prior to the event. 



met with great enthusiasm. 

* * * 

The Virginia Beach 'Dredging. 
Commission has received a re- 
quest from two property owners 
for dredging abwit 200 feet in 
Lynnhaven Inlet immediately south 
of Lesner Bridge. The request 
came from A. J. WindCT and Mi- 
chael V. Butler, wiiose property 

abuts the proposed dredging area. 

* * « 

A 17-year old girl from St. Louis, 
Missouri, was arrested by Virginia 
Beach detectives and chargedwith 
possessing marijuana and vagran- 
cy. She was arrested in t^ Puri- 
tan Restaurant on 17th Street and 
Atlantic Avenue. Pending a hear- 
ing in Juvenile Court ^k^vember 
9, she was turned over to juvenile 
authorities. Police say she had 
enaugii of the drug to make about 
three or four cigarettes. A Vir- 
ginia Beach man also awaits a 
hearing in December on charges 

of pcrsessing narcotics. 

« * * 

The Good Government .Associa- 
tion has given final approval to a 
constiitntion and by-laws at a 
closed meeting of the Board of 
Directors. Officers were also elect- 
ed. Reid Ervin is president; Gene 
Joyner, vice-president; Mrs. Sue 
Bailey, secretary; and B. R. Mid- 
. dleton, treasurer. Seven standing 

committees were also established. 
If If * 

A woman, now living in Wash- 
ington, has appealed her conviction 
in Virginia Beach Municipal Court. 
She received a six-month suspend- 
ed sentence far using vulgar and 
obscene language on the telephone. 
Police said Irene Flaning, 52, 
was charged with making more 
than 20 phone calls to the police 

station in about an hour. 

* * « 

Members of Virginia Beach City 
Council met with ftiembers of the 
now defunct Rudee Inlet Author- 
ity in closed door session. City 
Manager W. Russell Hatchett said 
the meeting was held ta familiar- 
ize council members with the in- 
ner workings pf the Authority since 
the city has how taken over Hie 
project. He added that the meet- 

CBS Picks 2 
Beach Polls 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Two pre- 
cuicts in Virginia Beach will be 
watched closely by the CBS Net- 
work on election day, November 
8. CBC radio and television news 
personnel have contacted election 
judges at botfi Aragona and Vir- 
ginia Beach I precincts and asked 
for help. 

The radio and television net- 
works pick representative pre- 
cincts throughout the nation and 
feed the results from them to a 
computer and ten attempt to fore- 
cast the outcome of races ahead of 
time, based on those results. 

This method of prognostication 
has been highly successful. CBS 
is apparently interested in the two 
Senate races in Virginia and feels 
that Aragona and Virginia Beach 
I will give a representative pict- 
ure of trends in Virginia Beach in 
the election. 

Virginia Beach I has voting ma- 
chines and results of that precinct 
are usually available witJiin a 



of tenants at Pembroke Mall Shop- 
ping C«itCT. Official dedication 
(^r«nonies were attended by a 
nun*er of executives of the c(Wi- 
pany includuig its founder and a 
number of VirgiBia Beach officials. 
* ♦ » 

Weekend parties in Virginia 
Beach Borough rewHed ia the ar- 
rests of 24 teenagers and young 
adults. Eight of those arrested in 
tile two separate parties were ju- 
veniles. Prior to the arrests, there 
had been several complaints of 
disorderly conduct at both loca- 
tions, police said. Both parties 
were brokm up by peHce about 
midnight Friday. 




By Thomas E. O'Hara 
Chair;nan, Board of Trustees 
Nat'l Assn. of Invcstmsnt Clubs 
Q. My two sisters and I will soon 
iiAerU $W,000. We do act need this 
money at pritltat and ttooght per- 
haps that, leaving the $10,000 in- 
tact, we would d« better investing 
it together. We already have a 
mutual fund which is holdl ig its 
own well. lam leery of having 
stocks, would like to buy land. But 
then we would have the proMem 
of paying taxes. We want to do 
somethhig besidns buying bonds 
or letting the mone ysit in the 
bank. What do you suggest? 

A. With three people involved, 
your fir^ problem is to get all 
three to agree on the way the 
money is to be invested. If you 
find you have different ideas, then 
I think you had better divide the 
money and let each handle it as 
"she wishes. 

Inflation being the threat it is, 
I think it is important for you to 
invest in such a way that you have 
an opportunity for appreciation of 
principal as well as growth of 
income. You can do this in real es- 
tate, of course — if you know real 
estate investing or you tiave a 
good adviser. 

However, right now the stock 
of many of our best oil, public 
utility and industrial companies 
can be bought at bargain prices. 
This is something I would not ig- 
nore. 

Q. IVty wife and I came to the 
United States e^{bt yaars ago. In 
our former country we mw people 
work hard all Uieir lives to save 
some money and in a few years, 
with infation, they suddenly had 
only enough to live a few weeks. 
We will retire in 20 years, have 
our house paid for, plus a piece of 
land valaed at liOtO and $3,000 in 
savings. A broker is urging us ta 
sell the land and invest in a mut- 
ual fund. Can you advise us? 

A. I am in no position to advi-s 
you about selling the land since I 
know nothing about it. However, I 
would like to suggest several 
things for you to think about in 
helping you to arrive at a dccis- 
oh. 

Through our history both land 
and stocks have been a good way 
of keeping pace with the inflation 
that has taken place in our coun- 
try. The ability of your land to d'l 
this depends on its location anrl 
its potental use. Maybe your bank- 
er or real estate man can give 



half hour after the polls close, but 

Aragona rciults could be far later >■«" an idea of what he thinks tha 
b^ause H the length of ballots to 'and will be worth ten years from 
be counted. Aragona results, when 
there is large turnout, are expect- 
ed by midnight. 



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Sign Bids 

RICHMOND — A construction 
prajact in Virginia Beach is one 
g; tlae 20 projects advertised re- 
cently by the State Highway De- 
parlmant. The bids will be opened 
on November 16. 

The Virginia Beach project up 
I J." b.d; is Virginia Route 44, bet- 
tar known as the Virginia Beach- 
.Norfclk Expressway. 

Althwigh the completion of the 
new read is still slightly more 

an a year away, the State High- 
way Department seeks to con- 
slruct petnancnt traffic 'signs be- 
tween Interstate o4 in Norfolk just 
eait of Military Highway to Baltic 
.Aveune in Virginia Beac'i bonnigh. 

AHcT the bids arc^ received the 
de; arttneitt will award a contract 
but no date has been set for the 
beginning of Uie constriKSion of 
the .SlgBa. 



Beach Gives 
Two Awards 

QUEBEC, CANADA - Two 
awards were made at the convent- 
ion of Ifce Society of American 
Travel Writers by the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Windsor Booth, past president of 
the organization was given a ;>il- 
vcr plaque, engraved with a 
scene of fre planting of the Cross 
at Cape Henry He was cited for 
his leadership in the advancement 
ef the" field of travel writing. 

The second presentation was that 
of the Sir George Percy shallop, 
a master-built model of the craft 
used by the Jarftestown settla"s to 
explwc the Virginia diores after 
the landing at Cape Henry. It is 
named after the chronicler of the 
evaMs who was called ".^n^rica's 
first travel writer". The shall(^ 
was then chosen by tf« S.^TW as 
its 



now. 

The fur.d you mentioned in your 
letter is managed quite differently 
from the majority of mutual funds, 
since it engages in a great dm! o[ 
buying and selling of securitico 
and fs, in effect a mutual luncl 
trading account. Its record has 
been quite sensational, in tlut 
$1,000 invested in it when it was 
organized in June. 1958, would at 
the end cf 1965 have been worth 
$10,C24. There is, of course. n<> 
guarantee that this kind of pcr- 
form.ance will be continued. 

I suggest that you get Arthur 
Wei?erbergcr's book, "Inve.-nntnt 
Companies," from your local 1,- 
brary. It givej, the rtcorris of a'l 
major fuixis and ^ould help yoa 
make a wise decision. 

Q. I, am a wifcwer, mrentJv rr- 
tired, wUh wfficieBt ioMmr ti 
Uve on. What dioukl I do wit^ 190 
shares (rf Mensato Chemical Com- 
pnqr stedt I have %m^ over 
Oe years tl aa optiaml plan? 

A. I certainly see no need (<).- 
you to diip(»e of the stock. In th • 
last 10 years Monsantn ha, in- 
creased its sales and eaminc> p- ^ 
share at the rate of about 9 f*, - 
cent a year. This is aji etcelient 
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VmaiNIA mACH - in am- 
munHy League football play sjxm- 
Eored by th^ Virginia Beach De- 
paitmoat cf Parks 4 Recreation, 
the American 6-Man Midget Divis- 
ian was active as the Gaits downed 
aM Packers 2«. Bryan Jones 
fjlunged 5 yards /or one TD and 
passed to Tom Vaughn for three 
otlttrs for an outstandii^ indi- 
vidual performance. The VWldcats 
defeated the Barons 12-6. Perry 
HiD scored from the 25 for tfie 
Barons. The Vikings trounced the 
aargers 40-8 behind a tremendous 
performance by Pat Nipper. Nip- 
per accounted for faur TD's and 
David Eldridge passed to Brain 
Mooney for another. Qiuck Tedraw 
was outstanding on defense. The 
Tigers downed the Thorobreds 26- 
12 as Tommy Davis blasted the 
Thorcbred defense for four TD's. 
Billy Newell provided the Ttioro- 



breds with their offensive punch 
as he scampered for two TD's. 
■Tlie National 6-Man Midget Di- 
vision found the Chargers blank- 
ing the Neptunes 25-0. Jay Payne, 
Philip KeBam, ^m Perkins and 
Doug Hatdiw figured in the scor- 
ing for the Chargers, the P)ma 
Packers deferted tiie Woodstock 
Rams 22-6. John Fox, Chris Blunt 
an4 Terry Lathrum provided the 
scoring punch for the Packers. 
Lathrum provided his team with 
two^ additional pdnts when he 
forced tlie Rams to give up a safe- 
ty. Jim Home was outstanding for 
the Packers with his play in the 
line. The Larks downed the Tig- 
ers 32-13 on the strength of three 
TDs* by Billy Marable and one 
eadi from Ronnie Lefwis and Billy 
Savage. The Mariners defeated the 
Colts 20-6. Chuck Griffith scored 
twice with the PAT's being added 



by Jerone Honyat. Tom Bertels 
added another TD with a 10 yard 
run back of an intercepted pass. 

In the National 8-Man Division, 
the Colts heU tJie Pantbera score- 
less as they took a 2(M) decision. 
Jeff Dillonbeck, David Baley and 
Bruce Johnson provided flie scor- 
ing for the Colts, the Larks de- 
feated the Blue Devils 34^. Otis 
Guill, Billy Pascal, Pat Carter and 
Bobo Perkinson provided the Larks 
with their scoring. Ttie Raiders 
edged the I^aorbadcs 7-0 Jimmy 
M:risett brtke away from Rator- 
back defcndere and scampo-ed 50 
yards for the games only score. 

In the American 8-Man Divis- 
ion, the 0(rt)ras downed the Red 
Devils 334. Romiie Walls, Kyle 
Kogers, Bemie Haghart and Roy 
Knight figured in the scoring for 
the Cc^ras. Wcrils w«s outstanding 
as he ran for one TD and passed 



for three others to lead his team 
to victory. Diamond ^nn^ blank- 
ed BACI 13-0. The chargers blast- 
ed the Partthere 4(M). Ernie Corm- 
ier, Kan Smltiisni, Spoicer Gaffi- 
gan and FVank Malbon provided 
the offoisive punch for tlie Charg- 
ers. 

Intermediate League f^ found 
the Falcons tiwam^Dg Thalia 45-7, 
Larry Diaz, Dor Haudi, Mike 
Shea and Lester Itiomas aU scor- 
ed for the Ftilcons. The Redskiis 
downed the Vikings 19-12. Terry 
Hardee, Charlie Mudez, Carl Sum- 
merell and Stanley Sage collecrted 
the points for the victors, the 
Panthers defeated ^ Bulldogs 
12-7 on the strength of two scoring 
runs by David Haxter. BACI edged 
the Roy«ls 12-7 behind scming runs 
from victor Bailey anS Dan Kil- 
murry. 




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/€'« That Time Again.... 



. . . •when bazaars elbow out (a^- 
vk>n ^lows, hiDcheons and bric^ 
parties; v^ea home cooked good- 
ies and bttKbnade articles, bar- 
gains aD, gfllerally, go from Mor- 
age to sales table to help swell 
church and d(A treasuries. 

The Beach season's first appears 
to be VU^lma Beach Methodist's. 
Their do(H« ^11 open Wednesday 
morning at M):90, and with lunch 
and suppo* sandwiched in between, 
will dose feat evening at 7. Arti- 
cles and booths, prepared by the 
Wom«i in Christian Service of the 
church, are ready to go. 



A chicken salad and deviled 
crab luncheon will be served from 
]il:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. A pancake 
supper frwn 5:30 until 7 p.m. is 
a jMDject of the men of the 
diureh. 

The ptrt)Hc is invited. The church 
is at a07 18th St., between Atlan- 
tic and Pacific. 

Coning up: 



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St. Francis Episcopal 
Haygood Methodist 



Nov. 16 — Galilee Episcopal 
Nov. 19 — Scott Memorial. 




By Bob Whitmm-e 
Sea c^ioiis Wnicr 

^ith a vastly improved offense 
and a reowd that is getting better 
all the time, Bayside will go 
against Norview Saturday night in 
an Eastern District GtxKip f-A 
football game. The game, at home 
for Bayskle will be played at Prin- 
cess Anne High School stadium. 
Ktck<« is 8:00. 

The Marlfais and Pflots will go 
into the game with identical 3-3 
recwds. Two Marlins who will 
give the Pilot defense a run for 
flieir money are Gary Wittig at 
quarterback and Ray Emerson in 
the backfield. Mike Mansfield will 
spark tile Norview effort. Bayside 
bias won its last two games, one 
of than m upset over heavily 
favored Cradock, and will be look- 
ing for win nun^r 4. Norview's 
defense, rater second in the East- 
em District, may make up for 

NASCAM World 
Final Races 

ATCO, N. J. — The fastest stock 
cars in the country— all running 
on fuel mixes ottier than gas- 
will compete in the NASCAR 
World Finale of Drag Racing at 
Atco, N. J., on October 22 and 23. 

The cars are basically tho^ 
which conq)ete on the Grand 
Stock circuit, except that they are 
the "hotter" variety, mo^ built at 
a cost far in excess of $20,000, 
built to run match races against 
eadi other at the various drag 
strips throughout the country. 

It's seldom that they are gath- 
ered together in one big meet but 
they will be at Atco. Because they 
are normally match-racing cars 
competing in one big bash, tliis 
portion of the champion^ps at 
Atco is called the "Match Bash." 

Heading the entries is Hui)ert 
Piatt, a talented driver who wiB 
pik>t the hot Mustang with the 
overhead cam engine owned by 
Dick Brannan, talented engineer of 
the Ford Company and head of the 
Ford drag racing team. 

The hot west coast runner of 
tile Ford team— Tommy Grove of 
Oakland, Calif., also is entered 
with an overhead cam powered 
Mustang. 

Mel Perry, will bring the Nor- 
wood Chevrolet entry frwn War- 
wick, R. I. It's a fast-moving all 
fiberglass body, powo-ed by a 
427 cubic inch, fud injected eng- 
ine. 

Tom (an(*er) Smith of Clinton, 
Md., will be at Atco in his 1966 
custom built Barracuda (called 
the Smokeruda). It has a 426 cu- 
bic inch, fuel burning Golden Com- 
mando engme and is one of the 
later cars built whkh still has not 
hit its potential. &nith is hoping to 
take a "big one" at Atco. 

Ronnie Raley. no relation to 
Tom Raley of Uie NASCAR drag- 
ster divisJDn. will compete in a 
Cranet pmto type. Raley. of Ris- 
ing Sun, Md., like moS of the oth- 
er match cars, has custom built 
his car with various fiberglasj 
parts to red'jce the wei^t. 

Jwrnny Keese the Frank Robin- 
son of drag racing around Phila- 
deJjrfiia, has «itered lus Think 
Twice Crew n. Jimmy is a rela- 
tive newcomer and is lookhig for 
Ws first big victory in his own 
back yard. 

Al Graeber. another of the hot- 
test local runners, will bring his 
Dodge Charger from Springffeld. 
Pa. R's one of the few match 
racir^ Dodge Char^ge^ in (he 
ewnfry, with an all fiber^ass 
body and a speciaUy desisted 
chnis built by hinuell in his own 
n0p. 



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Antiques — coUactm pieese in 
"taVRure. china, ^h. hooks, 
gure. avfl War rtSks. etc. 
R(Abifls (%rnpr. Aladdto's Lunp 
AMiques, 1313 PleiMre ttxise 
Real «44344. 

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the flagging Pilot offense. It 
should be a very good game in- 
deed. 

Last Friday night, Bayside wal- 
loped Oscar Smith, 35-7, during the 
Tver's Homecoming Game. 
Smith's line, greatly weakened by 
the suspensior. from sdiool of al- 
most half its first string, was 
helpless as Ray Emerson scamper- 
ed for 147 yards in 23 p'.ays, and 
scored 22 of the Marlin's 35 points. 
Smith's lone score came on a ten- 
yard run by Leslie Emory in the 
fourth quarter. Bayside's two other 
scores came on a 20-yard run by 
Billy Outen, and a six-yard pass 
from Gary Wittig to Milton Quick 
with three seconds left in the 
game. Smith is now 1-5 for the 
year. 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, October 27, 1966 

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Garden Clubbers Active, too.. 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Area gar- 
den clubbers, many of whom are 
working for church bazaars as 
well, also iMVe Included the holi- 
day bazaar among their annual 
club projects. 



Pocahontas Village has chesea 
Nov. 12 for its annual IwBday sale; 
Thorougood Garden dob has se- 
lected Nov. 19; and Point '0 Woods 
wiU present then Saturday. 



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NQIKX OF BOND BUecnON 



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TBI C^Y Of VmsmA KACH 
ON IHE Snh DAY OP SEPTCM- 



IN TIB MATHat OF THE B- 

JDMKB OF B(»i)S OF WE 

CITY OF VIRGiNIA BEACH FOR 

PVBUC SCHOOLS, 9X.9l»,0n; 



• UOMNOTICeS . 

nmUC BUEDINGS, $2.saQ.000: 
PIRE STATK»IS AND CENTRAL 
C30MMUN1CATI0NS. jaoO.OOO; 
PUBUC UBRARY. $80,000; 

STRiarrs and highways, 
$1,000,000; and parks and 
R£x:reation. stoo.ooo. 

ORI»» 

Tliene having been presented to 
the Court a certified cq)y of an 



LEGAL NOTICES 



ordinance eirtttled "An Ordinance 
Authorial^ the Issuance of Bortds 
of the City <rf Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, in an Aggregate Principal 
Amount Not to Exceed $7,000,000, 
Subject to Aj^jToval by the Qual- 
ified WtAers, for the Follow ing Pur- 
poses: Public Schools, $2,500,000; 
Public Buildings, $2,520,000; Fire 
Stations and Central Communica- 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



tions, $200,000: Public Library, 
$80,000; Streets and Highways. 
$1,000,000; and Parks and Recrea- 
tion, $700,000." adq)ted by the 
Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, on September 26, 
1968, and it appearing to the 
Court that such ordinance has 
been adopted in accordance with 
law, it is hereby ADJUDGED and 
ORDERED as follows: 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

1. Such ordinance is beteby ap- 
proved in all respects and shall be 
filed. 

2. Tlie regular electioB olfktrs 
shall suixnit to the qualified voters 
of the City of Virginia Beadi at a 
special electi<m to be held m No- 
vember 8, 1966, separate que^ione 
for the borrowing oi money for 
the purposes and in the ammints 
specified in such oniinance and 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



iffiiang genera] obligation bonds of 
the City therefor. 

3. The ballot to be used at Oie 
election ^11 contain six questions 
and ^all be in substantially the 
following form: 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 

VIRGINIA 

SPECIAL ELECTION 

NovembCT 8,1966 

QUISTION: Shall the City of Vir- 



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That** We Care"? 

That's not really new, although 

every week thousands discover it's teoe. 

Vmt AftP is dependable? 

Folks have known that for more than a centuiy. 

So what's new? 

Wen, we have a whole batch 
of brand new A&P products. 

A&P lOOjt Colombian Coffee, 
vacuum-packed: it's Juan Valdez' best 

AftP Knk liquid Detergent, created for the woman who 
wants a really hard-wojjking detergent that's easy on the handa 

A&P Fluoride Toothpaste. A great value! 
A great product, with a great taste. 

A&P Mouthwash. Gives you that clean feeling and kills germs. Bang! 

A&P Fruit Drinks-Grape and Tropical Punch. 
Young and old are drinking them 
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sand Dollars (2,590,000) and is- 
sue its genCTal obligation bonds 
therefor pursuant to tlte City 
Charter and the PiAUc Finaitte 
Act of 1968 to provide funds for 
public scbods, includiitg con- 
structing and equipping new 
schools, adding to and inrproving 
existing schools and acquiring 
and innproving school sites? 

QUESTION: Shall the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, borrow 
Two Million Five Hundred Twen- 
ty Thousand Dollars (2,520,000) 
and issue its general obligation 
bonds therefor pursuant to the 
City Charter and the Public Fi- 
nance Act of 1958 to provide 
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house municipal offices and 
functions, including constructing 
and equipping new buildings, 
adding to and improving exist- 
ing buildings and acquiring and 
improifing sites for courts, coun- 
cil chambers, administrative 
offices, "ptiblic works and public 
welfare? 

QUESTION: Shall the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, borrow 
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars 
($200,000) and issue its general 
obligation bonds therefor pur- 
suant to the City Charter and 
the Public Finance Act of 1958 
to provide funds for fire stations 
and central communications, in- 
cluding constructing and equip- 
ping buildings and acquiring and 
improving sites for fire stations 
and a central comm(inications 
building? 

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ginia Beadi, Virginia, borrow 
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000) and issue its general obliga- 
tion bonds therefor pursuant to 
the City Charter and the Public 
Finance Act of 1958 to prov'de 
funds for public library, includ- 
ing constructing and equipping 
a public library buildmg and ac- 
quiring and improving a sits 
thehefor? 

QUESTION: Shall the City of Vir- 
ginia Btach, Virginia, borrow 
One Million Dollars (l.rfto,000) 
and issue its general obligation 
bonds therefor pursuant to tiie 
Citv Charter and t(ie Public Fi- 
nance Act of 1958 'to provi^ 



• lE QAL NOTICES 

twSf& for streets and hi^iwa}^, 
mcluding constructing new 
streets and highways, improving 
existing streets w»d highways, 
acquiring rights oi way and pur- 
chasing cMstruction and main- 
tenance equiixnent? ^ « 

QUESTION: Shall the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virgiraa, borrow 
Seven Hundred Itmusand Dol- 
lars ($700,000) and issue its gen- 
eral obligation bonds tiherefor 
pursuant to the City Charter and 
the Public Finance Act of 1958 
to provide funds for parks and 
recreation, including acquisition 
of land for parks and play- 
grounds, improvanftnt of new 
dxA existing parks and play- 
grounds and construction of ma' 
rina facilities? 

4. Such election officers shajl 
conduct the election and the ballofe 
shall be counted and on the re- 
turns made and canvassed in tl^ 
manner provided by law, and the 
results thereof shall be certified 
to I'.iis Court and to the City Coun- 
cil. 

5. A copy of this order shaB 
serve as the notice of election. At 
least ten days before the election 
the City Sergeant shall serve certi- 
fied /topifes of this order upon the 
chairman and secretary of the 
Elei^oral Board of the City (rf 
Vir^ia Beach and shall post cer- 
tified, copies of tliis order at each 
polling place in the City, and he 
shall make his return to the 
Court that he has executed the 
same. 

6. The Clerk of this Court shall 
send promptly a copy of this ord- 
er to Kie State Board of Elections. 

7. Prior to the election a certi- 
fied copy of this order, preceded 
by the captain "Notice of Bond 
Election," shall be published 
twice in Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper havng general circular 
tion in the City, at least one of 
which Dublications shall be made 
not less than ten days before the 
election. 

Enter: 

R. S. Wafiab, Jr., Judge 

Harry T. Marshall 

Cky Attorney 

City of Virginia Beach 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 

By: DORIS S. HALE, D.C. 

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It was <mly a anall band, but it made up with volume and enthus- 
iasm what it lacked in musioal ability. Ilie chief of police was there, 
tlWtown selecbnan and other officials, members of the bicycle bri- 
gade and dvil defense unit, boy scouts, girl scouts, and interested cit- 
izots. 

They met the girl with the suitcase as she came out the front door 
and e«»rted her tiutx^ the center of town to the train station. The 
music was loud, the sidewalk audience clapped as she passed by, and 
they solonnly saluted the flag, then fell in behind swelling the ranks 
of well-widiers. 

%)eeches were made and tears were shed. But her mother stood 
dry-eyed and ptaoA, and smiled bravely as her slim, young dai^ter 
got aboard the puffing and impatient long black .train. (It wasn't until 
lat^, back home, wh«i s^ looked at the em|^ bed in the silent lit- 
tle room, decorated with a nautical motif, that her tears came . . ) 

Aboard the train, for three days and nights, the gh-l rode on a 
wave of excitanent. She was with oflier girls she had never seen be- 
fore and they were all facing a new life together. As the train rum- 
bled deeper and deeper into the mid-west and on and on till it reached 
Oklahoma, ^e had no time to be lonely. 9ie watched the changing 
scenery and got to know girls from all walks of life. 

The train was met by grey trudcs and tiie girls clbnbed aboard to- 
flie unaccustomed orders of men in blue. Tliey came to a big college 
dormitory and were assigned rooms. Four to a nxMn, with two double- 

"Hie first week was a kaleidoscope of confusion and change, but 
soon a routine and schedule was set. Then like a bolt from the blue 
the h(»nesickness hit! 

It was the most awful devastating feeling she ever encountered. 
She dreaded waking up in the morning in that strange place with the 
flat land so far from the ocean; food studc in her throat though she 
forced H down while feeling so alone in the vast messhall; she released 
her tears while shampooing her hair (so the redness could be attribut- 
ed to the soap in her eyes and the others wouldn't know she was 
such a baby); she marched mechanically under the western sun and 
thou^t toi^ingly of the New England fall where leaves were brilliant 
overhead .. she thought she'd never live through it! 

It lasted two weeks. Then one day, sontething made her happy. 
She can't remember now just what it was . . but that was the turn- 
iitg point. 

Tile loneliness subsided, and the proud feeling of belonging swept 
over her. She accepted the discipline and the orders. She studied 
hard. She marched with precision. She wrote enthusiastic letters to 
all. Thanksgiving and Christmas were hurdles to be made, and some 
bonnesickness did return for brief periods but was overcome. 

Pour months later, she was on the train heading bpck east with 
orders in her purse and a rate on her sleeve. A precious lO-d-ay 
leave meant she was "going h<Miie". 

She was just one of tiie many girls who answered the call of her 
country back in 1942 when the WAVES were new. She was the first 
from her little town, but many followed. From big towns and little 
towns, they came; from city and country, they became the girls in 
bhie. ' 

Today is Nayy Day. She remembers. Do you? 



Six New Cars 
For Cox HS 

VIRGINIA BE.ACH - Cox High 
School's driv^ education depart- 
ment will receive six new 1987 
Dodge Coronets from Coates Mot- 
or Co., Inc. 

These cars are among the more 
than 4,0(W fully-equipped automo- 
biles supplied by Dodge dealers at 
no cost to more than 2,000 high 
schools throughout the country. 

Byron Nichols, General Manager, 
Dadge Division, called the dealer's 
participation in the safety pro- 
gram "one of the best investments 
ever made in highway safety. 

"As more and more of our 
young peojrie reach driving age, 
the all-oirt cooperation of the au- 
tomobile industry and its dealers 
;s needed to siif^ly the growing 
need for Driver Education vehic- 
les. We and our dealers believe 
than an improved and expanded 
program of driver education fir 
high school students will greatly 
reduce their high accident rates. 
.'Ml evidence available indicates 
!hat a young driver will acquire 
better driving attitudes, better 
driving habits, and better driving 
.skills if he learns to drive in new 
cars with a specially qualified 
teacher in his high school," Nich- 
ols, said. 



Lt. Bates With Navy At My Tho 



MY THO, VIETNAM -' Pri^ 
hetically, ,the U. S. Navy Support 
Detachment in this compact dty 
on the Mekong River has set up 
shqp in what was formerly the 
Victory Hotel. 

Tlieir job is to provide fiall sup- 
port for smaU boat operatioiK 
against the Viet Cong on the water- 
ways of the Delta r^on of South 
Vietnam. These activities are code 
named GAME WARDEN. 

The operatons officer of the unit 
is Lt. Arthur H. Bates, of Virginia 
Beach. 

American Navymen have joined 
forces with their Vietnamese 
counterparts in a massive effort 
to prevent the Viet Cong from 
infiltrating men and equipment 
into tde Delta. The entire area, 
the rice-bowl of the nation, is cov- 
eted by the communist aggress^!''. 

To back up this effort, the Naval 
Support Activity, Saigon has es- 
tablished ,^ chain of support bases 
stretchng from the South China 
Sea ahnost to the Cambodian 
border. 

Ttie small detachment at My 
Tho' (Me Tow) is typical in that 
the men provide maLntenance, re- 



pair, bgistic and administrative 
support for GAME WARDEN. 

Sleeping, eating and working 
quarters are crammed into the 
two-story hotel, about five blocks 
from the river. 

. Hie repair section is in a tent 
pitched in a park on the river's 
edge on the site of a future p«tn- 
anent base. 

The repair gang routinely over- 
hauls boat engines and carries out 
prevaitive maintenance on the 
boats from hulls to engines. 

Despite the le;s than ideal con- 
ditions, they have even managed 
to completely rebuild one of the 
patrol boats which was smashed 
in an accident with a landing 
craft. 

The detachment is r^ularly sup- 
plied by water and au-, but the 
sailors also run a weekly truck 
convoy up to Saigon, 60 miles 
northward, to pick up food and 
otlier materials. The entire area 
is Viet a)ng infested so the con- 
voys go heavily armed. 

Though situated in the heart of 
the city, protection against Viet 
Cong terrorism is a con-tant prob- 
lem. , 

Guard posts are mounted day 



and night on the roof of the hotel, 
on the gate in the fence which sur- 
rounds the compound, and at the 
regular site and boat pier on the 
river. 

Vehicles traveling between the 
two spots must carry an armed 
guard. The men have only recently 
been allowed to go on liberty in 
the city on a controlled basis. 

Gunners Mates assigned to the 
security department also maintain 
and repair the heavy weapons car- 
ried by the river patrol boats. 

Flood waters in tfie Delta which 
are damaging crops and homes 
have not affected operations at 
My Tho though the men are on 
standby alert to help the local pop- 
ulace in any way they can. 

Whether a cook, a storekeeper, 
or machinery repairman, every 
man of the detaciiment is on a 
sun-up to sun-down, seven-day- 
a-week schedule. Security, of 
course, is a round-the-clock jab. 

Under officer-in-charge Lieuten- 
ant A. James Booth, Margate City, 
N. J., the men of the Detachment 
are proving vital factors in the 
U. S. Navy's extensive and peri- 
lous operations against the Viet 
Cong. 



Vmoinia Beach Sun 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1 

SECTION B 



966 



AROUND THE 
OLD DOMINION 



Ocean Hiway Conference 



REHOBOTH BEACH, DEL. - 
Plans for increasing travel busi- 
ness along the coastal regions of 
New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland 
and Virginia will be laid at a 
Northern Ocean Hiway conference 
on October 27-28, 1906 at Rehoboth 
Beach, Delaware. 

New "See-Way" promotional 
programs — the Ocean Hiway's 
answer to interstate highway com- 
petition — will be introduced at 
the Conference, according to Jere- 
miah Valliant of Salisbury, Md., 
Association president. 

The meeting opens on Thursday, 
Octobw 27 with recreational and 
social activities. Included will be 
a gotf tournament and a bay liner 
cruise acro^ the Delaware Bay 
via the Cape May-'Lewes Ferry. 
The evening schedule includes a 
get-acquainted reception and "Del- 
mar-va-lous" dinner. 

The business conference begins 
on Fritbiy, October 28 at 9:30 a.m. 
and c(»icludes with lunch at 12:30 
p.m. 

Conference headquarters is the 



Rehoboth Beach Convention Hall. 
The Atlantic Sands Motel and Hen- 
lopen Motor Lodge are lodging 
headquarters. Miles L. Frederick, 
Rehoboth Beach convention direc- 
tor and g«ieral manager of the 
chamber of commerce, is arrange- 
ments chaimian. 

The Conference is for OHA 
members from New Jer.>ey, Dela- 
wajp^ Maryland and Virginia. Also 
invited are members of the Dela- 
ware Travel Council. 

From New York the Ocean Hi- 
way main route south f:>!Iows the 
New Jersey Turnpike to the Dela- 
ware Memorial Bridge and U. S. 
13 throu^ the Delmarva Peninsu- 
la. 

A seaward alternate is via the 
Garden State Parkway and other 
highway choices to the Cape May- 
Lewes Ferry with southward con- 
nections to U .S. 13. The route is 
U .S. 13 acr<«s the Chesapeake 
Bay Bridge-Tunnel through the 
Virginia Beach-Norfolk area. Then 
the Ocean Hiway follows U. S. 17 
all the way to Florida. 



American fishermen have receiv- 
ed a legislative franchise to an 
additional 120,000 square miles of 
)pen sea. President Johnson sign- 
jd the bill into law extending to 
.2 miles tfie exclusive fisheries 
zsne of the United States. The bill 
was introduced by First Virginia 
Q^triat R^esentfitive Thomas N. 
Downing of Newport News. DAa.Y 
PRESS. 

♦ ♦ ♦ 

Salem's Policy Department, 
made up of 16 men at present ex- 
pects to more than double its size 
'>y January 1 because of need 
brought about by recent annexa- 
tion. The starting salary of rookie 
pohcemen in Salem is $4,940. 
TIMES REGISTER. 

• » * 

Three men honored during 
Homecoming ceremonies at the 
College of William and Mary in 
Williamsburg received 1966 Alum- 
ni Medallions, presented by Pres- 
ident of the college Davis Y. Pas- 
cUall. The recipients were Dr. 
Gei-ige Oliver, retiring president 
0! Richmond Professional Institute, 
H. \. Willett, Superintendent of 
Public Schools in Richmond and 
lames N. Driver of Williamsburg. 
VIRGINIA GAZETTE. 

* ♦ * 

The desegregation of Gloucester 
County public schools has been 
found acceptable to the U. S. De- 
partment of Health, Education and 
Welfare. School officials were not- 
ified the board action was found 
to be adequate and that federal 



funds would be released to the 
county for approved projects. GA- 
ZETTE-JOURNAL. 

* * * 

Until recently the only phone 
system on Tangier Island in mid- 
Chesapeake Bay was through six- 
teen telephone booths. Recoitly 




the same type of dial system pre- 
vailent in the r^ of the United 

States. EASTERN SHORE NEWS. 

* ♦ ♦ 

For the first time since tfie 
1960-1961 fiscal year, the expendi- 
tures of the city of Alexandria ex- 
ceeded the income, according to 
a report received by Alexandria 
City Council. The "on paper" de- 
ficit, which served only to reduce 
the city's surplus, was $1,330,699.' 

JOURNAL-SfANDARD. 

* ♦ ♦ 

Asfiland's mayor, Meade Jones, 
has called for a committee study 
d the town's police department, 
suggesting that there might be a 
plan for better working conditions 
for policemen and more service 
for the town. Also the county 
school board has asked police help 
in directing school bus traffic at 
railroad crossings in Ashland each 

day. HERALD-PROGRESS. 

* ♦ ♦ 

■Rie Frankln County Board of 
Supervisors in a routine meeting 
agreed to give $1,500 as the coun- 
ty's share of a feasibility study of 
the needs of an airport in the 
area. A spokesman at the meeting 
noted that the town of Rocky 
Mount had already agreed to put 
'D its $1,500 ^arp for the s*udy 
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THA Members 
In New York 

VIRGINIA BEKCH - Several 
3cach residents are among mem- 
bers of the Tidewater Heart As- 
iTciation now in New York for the 
42nd annual meeting of the nat- 
onal group. 

Among thes3 who left with the 
Tidewater group Wednesday wers 
VIr. and Mrs. C Samuel Mason, 
Dr. and Mrs. William Dickinson, 
Mr. and Mrs. George Leigh, IH. 
lid Mrs. Robm R<Aertson are! 
vfr. and Mrs Rhae Adams. 

Also attending the six-day meet- 
ing M« Mr. and Mrs. Wilhanti 
CampbeU, Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. 
Jones, Mrs. Edward Ab^urjilie. 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Mergle- and 
Mrs. R. H. Owen. 

Among Norfolk members of tiie 
area association attending Qw 
ro^tog are ft-, and Mrs. Ahta 
MargdiM, Mr. and Mrs. Thomw 
Bn^. Mr. and Mn. Maaoe 
NaA, ft. and Mrs. Ibomas Stohea 
and Mr. aiid Mrs. Jmea Wmo- 
taeh. 



W. F. Crawford 
Accepts Job 
In Pittsburgh 



RICHMOND - William F. Craw- 
.ord, assistant make-up editor at 
.^chmond Times-Dispatch, has re- 
i'.SdeA to join Scripps-Howard 
NIewspapers' Pittsbu;;gh affiliate. 
The Pittsburgh Press, it was leara- 
:d today. 

Crawford, 27-year-old native of 



IfiO Df#e aso homes had-instafle*. P*"^"- ,^--;V*-.*^ « ^"^^^^ 

resident of Vu"guiia Beach and 

Norfolk, covered Southern Confer- 
ence and Atlantic Coast Conference 
sports as well as the Southern ^If 
scene and International League 
'oaseball before becoming the pa- 
ir's assistant make-up editor. 

The veteran newsman came to 
the Times-^Dispatch following a 
stint at West Virginia's leading 
daily. The Charleston^g§,azette. 
where he assisted the ne\^editor, 
wrote sports, editorials, Sunday 
mag^ne features and book re- 
views. 

Crawford began his career at 
Radio WLOH in Princeton as a 
sportscasler in 1956 and a year 
later accepted a general assign- 
ment reportii^ job with the Blue- 
field, W. Va. Sunset NewsOb- 
.«erver. He became sports editor 
and one of the state's noted col- 
umnists. Crawford also was busi- 
ness editor at the morning Blue- 
field Daily Telegraph and assist- 
ant sports editor at The Lynch- 
burg (Va.) News. 

His new role will involve edituig, 
rewriting, and makeup on the nat- 
ional news desk. Tte Press is an 
afternoon paper with a daily cir- 
culation oi 360,150. U piAli^es 
Sunday editiwis that read) more 
than 780,500 subscribers. There are 
17 papers in the Scripps-Howard 
;hain. 

An Army veteran, Crawford 
served in the Berlin Crisis, at Ft. 
Meade. Md., Camp Pickett, Va.. 
Ft. Eu;tis, Va., Ft. Knox Ky. and 
Ft. Stewart, Ga. 

He is married, and is the fath«- 
of two sons and a daughter. 

TAHB Names 
3 From Beach 



Asociation of 



The Tdewater 
Home Builders Board of Director 
".as named Horace A. Cis:ola and 
Lawrence A. Saadlio, bath of Vir- 
ioLb B£a;h, as Natioral Director.'; 
:o serve on the Board of the Nat 
ijnal Aiiociation. At the same 
ime, Lee A. Giffofd and W. W 
lte«or. balk d Norfolk, wers 
lamcd Nat:<^l Alternate Dire^ 
tars. 

Frederick Napolitano. of Virginia 
Beach, y\ce-frt»^m. of the Home 
BuiWers .Association of Virginia, 
w» named Matkxial Director by 
Ae ^te board to r^wtsent the 
Sale MsocMtioo on the National 
Board of Dmetors moA John Gos- 
nefl, <A Arla^m, w^ naned Al- 
tenate fw tte Slate. 




LIEUTENANT ARTHUR H. BATES, whose wife Heloi Uves at 1410 
Dermott Ave., Virginia Beach, is operations officer at the Naval 
Sui^ort Activity Detachment My llio. He has been in Vietnam 
since June 25 and is on a one year tour. OFFICIAL U. S. NAVY 
PHOTOGRAPH 




LIEUTENANT BATES (shirtless) helps lift an engine out of one (rf the rivw patrvl boats for over- 
haul. The engbes are pulled out on a routine basis for maintenance checks. OFFICIAL U. S. NAVY 
PHOTOGRAPH 



New Marine Recruiter For Beach 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The U. S. 
Marine Corps has a new recruiter 
in Virginia Beach. He is Sgt. Chris 
Carlile, whose home town is Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania. But he is 
no stranger to Virginia. For the 
past six months he has ijeen work- 
ing out of the Portsmouth office 
in three rural counties. 

He replaces Clinton Colonan, 
former Non-Commissioned officer 
in charge of the Norfolk Marine 
Corps recruiting office and Virginia 
Beach recruiter. Coleman was re- 
cently promoted from the non- 
com raiAs to Second Lt. He is one 
of 2,900 young men promoted to 
officer rank in the Marine Corps 
;o fill vacancies created by new 
strength requirements. 

Coleman, upon receiving his 
commission, volunteered for ser- 
vice in Viet Nam, and leaves for 
Southeast .Asia on October 31. 

"I couldn't recruit all tho.se boys 
for service in Viet Nam, and not 
'^^ wiiUing to go myself, said 
Coleman. 

In Vitt Nam, Coleman will serve 
s 3 pbttoon leidjr Bef;ire being 
ommissonrd he was an Infantry 
)!atoon sergeant. 

Wo.-k^ng out of the .Norfolk affice, 
Coleman came ti Virginia Beach 
;hree days a week during t-e su.tj- 
n. r and once a week during the 
vinter. Sine: .March 1934 he ha; 
ecruited "about 200 young men" 
f.-orn the Virginia Beach area for 
"ht Marine Corfs. 

"I went to every career day at 
ill the Vi.'gin-a Be.-ch high schoals 
;l.nec» 1954. And I never met more 
: jrerative people than aU the 
-. .col people I dealt with. In fact 
I never nwt a person I d dn't lik 
in Virginia Beach", said Cjleman 

Coleman, a 14-year Marine 
Cor;» veto^ji, said that most of 
the boys he "sped up" came to 
him. He said they chose the Ma- 
rine Cor|» because "it is a lead- 



ership organization, and because 
the Marines offer prestige and 
high respect". 

Although he is leaving Virginia 
Beach, Colanan, whose tiome is in 
Claiksville, Tennessee, said he 
plans to keep in touch with his 
friends in Virginia Beach, and said, 
"Sure, I want to crane ba:k here!" 

He added that he really had 
great difficulty expressing his ap- 
preciation to the people in Virginia 
Beach who helped him in his work 
and that he has met some of the 
finest people he has ever known 
here. 

His replacement "at Virginia 
Beat'.i. Cariile, when asked aboirt 
his first impression of Virginia 
Beach, said, "Great. I love it.'" 

Ca:"lile said he considers one of 
th? hardest parts of hi? new job 
ti-.e task of getting young men to 
c:)niL in to the Marine Corps b-.^ 
fore their draft notice. But h' 
said he "iooks forward to workir 
with the young men of fie q:: ■• ' 

Before coming to Virginia Beach, 



I 



Carille was a weapons instructor 
at the Officers' Ba^ic Schod in 
Quantico, Virginia, and tfris is his 
first recruiting job in the five years 
he has been in the service. 

"I have already received ex- 
cellwit cooperation from all the 
businessmen and school personnel 
I have been in contact with. I 
can't ask for more than that." said 
Carlile. 

Taking over Coleman's other 
function as NCO in charge of Ma-" 
rine Recruiting in the Tidewater 
are? is Master Sgt. Patrick H. Bo- 
hanan, who was recently pr«Mnoted 
to his present rank in Richmond. 

Bohanon is a veteran of World 
War II, Korja, Lebanon and Viet 
Nam. He has over twenty yeai^s 
service with the Marine Corps. 
Until he report:d to Norfolk he 
was with the 3rd Reconnaissance 
latallioa cf tiie 3.'-d Marine Divis- 
>n in Viet Nam. He is a native of 
lufcatent River. Maryland, and 
w m^kes his home i.i Virginia 
Beach. 




FOLLOWING ms R»:ENT nUMIOTWN U. S. Uumt C«pB u. 

aUnm ColoiiaB, (left), funcr ?MX) hi eharie •{ MariM 

falg hi Tidkvala- leaves Hr Vkt N«b. Hla rapiaMaiM. 

as ncnltm hi Vh|^i Beach is Sgt |CMi Carilk mm SMT 

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Page 2-B 



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In 1#il 111* iiftwtection of Granby and City Hall 
AvMMt wM on« of the cit/t busiest 

. . . ttien H. D. Oliver had been serving 44 years. 

Settle tr^es ran up and down Granby Street. The 
Mntioelb Hote? stood ai the comer, and the many 
FCtdl Etoes of (he city welcomed siioppers aO along 
Graifty ^^Mt. In ttKJSe years H. D. Oliver was already 
mUM^^ as <me of tf^ city's nri^ re^)ected.n2nies, 
fffovkling conifdete and wdl handl&l burial and iuneral 
services. 

Today ft D. OBvct still hoJds its place as the city's finest 
in Ks fidd. Two tbte homes, induding the nearest at 
Vfaffaik Beadi, an ocperiaiced capable staff and the 
toddi^i^of im years eoalile R. D. Oliver to s^ve your 
ererj seed. 



Harry D. and James B. Olivet 




FLAGPOLE SITTING— A LOST ART. Not so in this case. This 
seemingly death defying feat was all in a day's work for this 
flagpole painter who was merely friying his trade on the pole at 
First k Merchants Banii main office on Paciffe Avenue. (Sua 
Staff Photo) 



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FARM 
NOTES 




Farmers can save money aid 
time by taking soil samples now, 
says George W. Haistois. associ- 
ate extenslffli agnmonnst at Vir- 
ginia Tech. 

Savings are posable, explains 
the agronomist, because you can 
usually buy fertilizers at <Escounts 
3f between $3 and |5 per bm at 
liris time of year. 

Time is saved because it's much 
easier to take good soil samples 
now, says Hawkins. Weather and 
soil conditions are ^^t ideal. Too, 
by sending in your soil samples 
:iow to Virginia Tech's soil testing 
Laboratory you'll avoid the late 
winter and early spring rush, and 
you'll get back your fertilizer rec- 
ommendation in a minimum of 
time. 

"When you take soil samples, 
rem«nber that the soil tests and 
fertilizer recommendatioiB will be 
no better than the soil samples," 
cautions Hawkins. "If the sample 
does not represent tlie area to be 
fertilized, the recommendations 
will not be the best for the area, 
and they may even be completely 
in error." 

He says to divide any field that 
you're going to sample into uni- 
form soil areas. If there are mark- 
ed differences in slope, soil color 
or soil texture, sample such areas 
separately. There may be differ- 
ences in the fertility level of these 
soils and differences in fertilizer 
needs. 

If one part of the field has been 
fertilized, limed or manured dif- 
ferently from tile remainder of the 
fieW, Hawkins advises . sampling 
this area separately. It will very 
probably test differently and have 
different fertilizer requirements 
because of differences in past 
management. 

"Onc^ you've divided a field 
into uniform soil areas, take a 
joil sample from each area," says 
the agronomist. "Take enougn 
samples to adequately represent 
uie area--at least five per area, 
wnen taking tne sample, stay out 
ol any unusual areas, such as 
oack lurrows, eroaed spots, oid 
lence rows and old straw stack 
Sites.' 

hdwkins says to place the sam- 
ples m a Clean pan as you taxe 
uiein. inen, Uiouugniy nux tne 
suii in uie paii. H'lU a soil sample 
oux witn tite sjil to De sent -to uie 
son testing laooratory. 

' r>e suie to laoei each box from 
eacn tiCia act:urateiy," he eai- 
^iiSts^es. "Completely fill out a 
iuil itcord sneet to send in witli 
earn sample. Tne inloniiation re- 
que.;tea on tiie sail record sheet 
wia Oe extremly nelpiul to your 
extens-on agricultural agent wnen 
ne maKes lei^tiUzer recommenda- 
tions." 

You may obtain additional in- 
tormation on how to take soil sam- 
ples and a supply of soil sample 
ooxes and soil record sheets from 
your local extension agricultural 
agent. 



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Servicemen In The News 



Pvt. Charles J. Magee, whose 
parents are Mr. and Mrl. Slmer 
W. Wall of 54K Sunnywood |r.. 
has completed a laundry and 47- 
cleanihg course at the Army 
Quartermaster School, ti. Lee, 

Va. 

• * * 

Pvt. David A. Ger^a, son of 
Mrs. SaUy J. Rasfied, 341 Line- 
berry rd., has completed recdn- 
naissance training at the Army 

ArmcM- Center, Ft. Knox, Ky. 

• ♦ • 

Marine Officer Candidate Mll- 
iam J. Vakos, son of Mrs. AUanlae 
Vakos of 121 Unkhom dr., cur- 
rently attending College of William 
and Mary in Williamsburg, has Re- 
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from a Special Platoon Leaders 



Class at the Karine Coip Sdiools 

CDmmand, Quantico, Va. 

* * * 

Marine Pvt. William C. Canipe, 
Jr., SOB <tf ». apd Mrs. W. C. 
_ of t$i Kin^iwville rd., was 
lated Irttii 4^t weeks of 
jeahiit tn^b&g k the Marine 
Corps Recruit DepcA, Parris Isl- 

Sbd, S. C. 

* • • 

Midshipmen Steven T. ComeUus- 
sen, USNR, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Steven T. Comeliussen of 4412 Del- 
ray drive; and Richard Gaffy, Jr., 
USNR, ^n of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- 
ard Gaffy, freshmen at Duke Uni- 
versity have been sworn ujto the 

U. S. Naval Reserve. 

* * * 

Marine Officer Cand^ate James 



W. ABen,, III ?<^ of. Mr. an4 ^rs. 
James W. ABen, Jr. of 210 69th 
St., correntty attening Guilford 
CoU^ in Greensboro, N. C, has 
returned to ccdiege after graduat- 
ing from a special PlatoMi Leaders 
Class at the Marine Corps Schools 

Command, Quaint^, Va- 

* * ♦ 

' Jobn Raymofid A^ittn, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jteies Bay Al^in 
residing at 103 fiiy dr., has beoi 
promoted to Ae student midship- 
man rank of battalion lo^stics of- 
ficer at the University of Vir- 
ginia's NBOTC Unit. MidshijHnan 
1/c Alirfun, a government major, 
expects to receive a Bachelor of 
Arts degree from the University 
in Jtuie and will enter the United 
States Navy as an ensign. 



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Pine Ave. and Va. Beach Blvd. 
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Creeds. Vlrgrinla Beach, Vlrgrmia 

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1480 I/aikin Koad 
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PrincesB Anne, Vlnrlnia 
Emsry S. SUmore, Miniater 



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Elementary School 

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ASSEMBLY OF »OU 

Virginia Beach Boulevard 

liasc Lane — Oceana 

. Eei. Samuel D. Bieler, Jr. 

CHURCH OF OOD 

620 14th Street 

Bobby H. Sams. Pastor 



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424 King's Grant Road 

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Paul R. Aldrloh. Pastor 

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Shore Dr. at Treasure Island Dr. 

In Bayslde 

Raymond E. Muspor, Minister 



TIBOINIA BBACH METHODIST 
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207 18th Street 
Bev. Beverly Felty 



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PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 

16tb St. and Baltic Ave. 
Elwood Kern, Pastor 



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Near Robbing Corner 
Bev. J, E. Johnson, Pattor 



BOW CREEK PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Rosemont Road and Plaza Trail 
WenU J. Miller, Minister 



CALVARY PBE8BVTEBIAV CHURCH 

First St., Olenrouk, Norfolk 
E. Orowell Cooley, Paalor 



LVNNHAVEN COLONY UNITED 
CHURCH 

(Conifrceational Christian) 

Great Neck Rd. near Shore Drive 

The Rev. Tho H. Brltton 



BBECH GROVE METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anue 
•to* %. Jnckson. Pastor 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCO 

lliOO ArafiTona Boulevard 
M. Bland Dudley, Miulstei 



OCEAN PARK COMMUNITY 
CHURCH 

i><i?ont Circle. Bayslde. Va. 
Paul E. McCuIlouffh, Th.M, 



BETHEL METHODIST CHCBOH 

PrlncniM» Anne " 
Boy R. Jackson, Pastor 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Pucilic Ave. at UBth St. 
John 8. Lylea, Pastor 



COMMUNITY .METHODIST CIIUOCH 

Acredale — Kempsville 
Rev. John L. Kibler, Jr. 



riROINIA BEACH COMMUNITY 
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L.iakin Ru.. Linkhom Bay 
Rev. Richard Woodward. Pastor 



KINGS GRANT PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

749 Little Neck Road 
Raymond C. Flltton, Pastor 



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B. Sidney Sanders, Rector 



VOUNDRY METHODIST CHURCH 

Va. Beach Blvd.. Xjynnhaven 

William H. Aonsta. Minister 

FRANCIS A8BURY METHODIST 

CHURCH 

Great Neck Road 
Lalloy Davis, Hiiiister 



LYNNHAVEN PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Lynnhaven VUlace 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr. 



EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

'Z'A'6 Bowman Road 
Bev. Leonard R. Qravea, Jr. 



BAYGOOD MEMORIAL METH0D1S1 
CHURCH 

4719 Hayrood Road 
Robert F. Bryan, Pastor 



THALIA TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

420 Thalia Road 
Sidney D. Cmne, Minister 



GALILEE EPISi'OPAL CHURCH 

40th and Pacific 
The Rev. Edmund Berktiey, Rector 



IjOUVB METHODIST CHURCB 

6600 Viminia Beach Blvd. 
Rev. C. Katon Gray 



OLD DONATION EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

440 Wil<.-h Duck Road, Bayslde 



LYNNHAVEN METHODIST CHURCB 

Little Neck Road 
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ST. AIDKN-8 EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Kinir'a Gr.ant R<1. and Edlnburif Drive 
Kev. L. J. Tailor, Jr., Vicar 

ST. FRANCIS' EPISCOPAL CHURC^ 

609 Rosemont Road 
The Rev. Clayton E. Crlgger, Vlear 

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John B. Dey Elem. School 
J. Stanton Blaln, Pastor 

ROMAN CATHOUC 

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CHURCH 

14th St. and Arctic Circle 
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Princess Anne, Virginia 
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208 Pkiza Trail 
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7271 Virginia Bca»h Blvd. 

Eev. Flavian Yelinko, O.S.B. 

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Oeeana 
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PrincnsR Anne, Vir^lai« 
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1010 Sandra L/ane, Va, Bca<h 
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COiMONWEALIB OF VaUHNU 

IN THE OMK'S O^WWE OF 
•nffi CmOJIT CCHJRT OF THE 
CTTY OF VHMJINIA KEACH, ON 
THE 28th DAY OF SEPTEMBEm. 
1906. 

BCM®«E D. PAIGE, inft., 

Pl^tiff. 
%'again9t 

3M/IES RICHARD PAIGE, 

DefCTdaut. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Tlie object of this suit is to Ob- 
tain a divorce A Mensa et Thoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrinwnii ' from the 
said defendant upon the grounds 
of desolion. 

And an affidavit having been 
nwde and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post off- 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



ke address being: VT-55flP USN- 
ASS Chase Field, BeeviDe Texas, 
it is ordered that be do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days afttf due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
iirterest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS KRUTT, D.C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McKemy, pq. 
1369 Laskin IRoad 
Virgmia Beach, Virginia 

10 6 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGDWA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
TllE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ,0N 
THE 20th DAY OF OCTOBER, 
19S6. 
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• LEGAL NOTICES 

Pkint^, 
against • 
JOSEPH JOHN SOnKOUSKI, 

Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object <rf this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known- post off- 
ice address being: Co. B. 7th 
Trans. & Supply Bttn., 7th Infan- 
try Div. APO San Francisco, 
California 76207, it is ordered that 
he do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be nesessary to 
protect his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Oerk 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road. 

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10 27 4T 



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IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINL\ BEACH, ON 
THE 21st DAY OF OCTOBER, 
1966. 

ROBERT WILLIAM BOWLEN, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
GERALDINE PIERCE BOWLEN, 

Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of two year continuous separation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, thg last known post off- 
ice address being: 4737 Rivers 
Avenue, Charleston, South Caro- 
lina, it is ordered that she do ap- 
pear here within 10 (ten) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, DC. 
Fine, Fine, Legum, Schwan & Fine 
720 Law Building, 

Norfolk, Virginia 
WZI^ 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BE.'W:h, ON 
THE 21st DAY OF OCTOBER 
1966. 

MIRIAM B. KIRBY. Plaintiff. 

agairSt 

ROBERT 0. KIRBY, SR., 

Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
A Mensa .Et Thoro to be merged 
into a divorce a vinculo Matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post off- 
ice address being: 223 N. DoUins 
Street, Orlando, Florida 32806, it 
is ordered that he do appear here 



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12. Directed by Paul Iddings. Cos- 
tumes by Carolee Silcox, Lighting 
by Stephen Osbrach. Settings by 
Paul Iddings. Cast includes Frank 
Staroba, Arden Staroba. Carolee 
Silcox, Donald H. Hayes, and Vi 
Galvin. 

The wit of Noel Coward com- 
bined with the dutstanding direct- 
ion of Paul Iddings and the ex- 
cellent individual and collective 
performances of the cast make 
the current production of Private 
Lives at Wedgewood Theatre a 
real "must" for theatregoers. 

Mr. Coward's play was written 
in {he early 30's, but the dated 
aspects of it do not detract in any 
way from the Wedgewood product- 
ion. The Coward wit is sometimes 
so subtle that the audience must 
listen closely and not dare to 
cough for fear of missing a very 
funny line. But the play is also 
full of funny lines that have to be 
categorized as just about a§ sub- 
tle as a freight train wreck. 

The play opens with a seem- 
ingly blissfully happy couple on 
the terrace of a hotel in France. 
They are on a honeymoon. It is 
his second, her first. Immediately 
it becomes evident that they are 
not right for each other. She is 
quiet and mousey. He is vindictive 
and sarcastic. She is seemingly 
sweet and deeply "in love". He is 
"above it all" but seemingly glad 
to be marri^ again. Problems 
of the young marriage however 
begin immediately. 

The adjoining <errace holds a 
surpri.se. The new husband's ex- 
wife and her new husband are in 
the next room .. also on honey- 
moon. She is so much Hke her 
ex-husband that it is frightening. 
Her temper is as short as his. Her 
passion and zest for life equals 
his, and her sarcastic wit also is 
exactly like his. Her new husband, 
although a bit of a blusterer, is 
about as mousey and deeply in 
love as the new wife in the next 
room. In short the two new mates 
make a fine couple and it soon 
becomes perfectly evident that the 
two o!d mates do too. The situa- 
tion ttiat develops when the two 
"ex's" reahze they are still hope- 




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within 10 (ten) days a; 
publication hereof, and 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Brydges, Brt)yles & MeKenry, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 27 4T 

»IOW CAUSE ORDER 

It appearing to the Court that a 
report of the accounts of Virgmia 
National Bank, Executor and Trus- 
tee of the Eistate of James B. 
White, deceased, and of the 
debts and demands against his 
astate.has been filed in the Clerk's 
Office of this Court, and that six 
months have elapsed since the 
qualification, on motion of said 
Virginia National Bank. Executor 
and Trustee of the Estate of James 
B. White, Deceased, it is 

ORDERED that the creditors ©f, 
and all others irterested in the 
Estate of James B. White, de- 
ceased, do show cause, if any they 
can, on the 28th day of November. 
1966, before this Court, in its court- 
roMTi, against the pa>-ment and de- 
livery of the Estate of James B. 
White, deceased, to the devisees 
and legatees, without requiring re- 
funding bonds. 

IT IS FURTHER OltDERED 
that this Stow Cause Order be 
published once a week f&r four 
successive weeks in the Virginia 
BcMch Sun. a newspaper having 
general circilat.on in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Cop-,— Te=^e: 
JOILN V. raXTRESS, Cle.-k 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT. DC. 
Francis S. "Hismpson 
m 25th Strat 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

10 6 4T 



lessly in love despite their quar- 
rels creates a totally improbable 
play, but a highly enjoyable one. 
Amapda and Elyot run away to 
live together, leaving their new 
mates, Victor and Sibyl at the 
honeymoMi hotel. 

Frank Staroba as Elyot, merely 
>a<Ws to his growmg hst of excel- 
lent performances at Wedgewood. 
His portrayal of the short-tend- 
ered, sarcastic and witty gentle- 
man is delightful. An»nda is 
played by his wife, Arden. Her 
somewhat impish and often so- 
phisticated characterization keeps 
the audience guessing her next 
mood. 9ie creates another in her 
ever-lengthening line of success- 
ful characters. 

Carolee Silcox as Sibyl, who 
"cries a tot" at her plight, is en- 
tirely pleasant and certainly pro- 
vided much of the comedy. Donald 
Hayes, a newcwner to Wedgewood, 
plays Victor, the pipe-smoking and 
even-t«npered new husband with 
a high degree of success. 

Vi Galvin, as the French maid 
with respiratory problems, adds 
very nice touches to the action in 
her all too short moments on 
stage. 

The real laurels of this one mu;^ 
go to director Paul Iddings who so 
perfectly captured the 1930's all 



over again and who used all the 
directorial gimmicks in the bodt 
and many that are not in the 
book in staging the play. He 
guides his cast as smooftly as we 
have ever seen on any stage and 
the production moves beautifully. 
Private Lives opens the winter 
season at V/edgewood and holds 
promise of a highly successful 
season. 



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iAiVAfiA JOAN HOOD. Plaintiff, 



i J. aOOD, O^ndent. 
^SSfeR <# HiBUCATHNV 

Tbe «bject itf iite cuH is f<H- the 
ml'^lntiff to ^)taio a divorce 
« tinsa'ot thoro to be merged in- 
to a di«wce a viacuk) matrknonii 
itmt fte said Meaiiat, upoD tiie 
#otads <rf doertim. 

Aad aa afBdavit having been 
rawie and filed that the defend- 
aat k ihA a reside of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office addre^ being: 260 East 
Oresceirt Ave., Marwah, New Jers- 
^. it is ordered that he do appear 
tere within 10 (ten) days after 
due pdalication here<^, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTIiESS. QctIc 
By: J. CWITB FRIHT, DC. 



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Brydges, Broyles It MdCeray. p q- 

1339 Laskin Road, 

Virginia, B«ch, Vir^Ma 10 6 4T 

COMMtHVWEALTH W VRGINIA 

IN TIffi: CLERKS OFFICE OF 
TOE CIRCUIT O013RT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEAOI, ON 
IflE 6th DAY OF OCT0BE21, 
19G6. 

NORMA S. CLffT, Plaintiff. 
against 

,K>ffi^ W.GLIFT, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Tbe <*ject d this suit is fw the 
said plaintiff to c/btain a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonnii from the 
said defendant, upm the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having bera 
made and filed that the defendant 
is n<rt a resident d the State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being: 545Laurel St., San 
Diego. Calif., it is ordered that he 
do appear hertwithin 10 (ten) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what niay be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 



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JOHN V. FEfrnass, a&k 

By. FWftiJS fWHWflAN, D.C. 
Brydges, Broyles 4 McKenry. p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia iBeach, Virginia 

10 13 4T 



cmmiiNmMm OF vmmnk 

IN iiiffl: ^uS^^owft^ Of 

THE CaftCWt CbtRT OF THE 

dm or ^jBcwtii bekch, on 

THE 14th DAY (^ OCTOBER, 
198S. 

JANET G. SCOTT, Plaiottff, 
agahist 

BEiiY G. SPOIT. Ddendaot. 
OikllfeSt^ HJKJCAIION 

inte object^ ttts suit is for the 
said piaintift to obtain a divorce 
A Viocuk) Matrimonii from the 
sakl d^endaat, upon the gtaunb 
of desertsHi and cruelty. 

And an affidavit having bera 
made and filed that the defeodnt 
is not a resident d the State of 
Vjr^aia, the last known post office 
address, being: U. S. Naval Fa- 
cility, SelitBe, WasMn^ni 98791. 
It is ordered he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days aft^ due pii)- 
licatlon h&^, and do what may 
be necssary to {votect his interest 
hi this suit. 



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A^Dpy— Tertp: 
JOmt. rWtSfESS, Cleric 
By: PHYLLBNEWM-AN, D.C. 
Kellam & Krilam, p. q. 
Board cl Trade BIdg., 
Iforfolk, Vkfinla 

10 ^ 4T 

NOfnp Of pinuc fflEAUiS 

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Oommisaion itm conduct a PqbHc 
Hearing m Hwrsday, I^fovcieeiMr 
10. imakim am. m the Mtodd- 
Ml Court. Cily Hall, Vlii^iia 
Beach, Virgintei. The fdlowing jip- 
pBcatioiM wiU appear on the a^- 
da. 

I. Applicatioo of the Hohor^ 
Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach for the ibUowing cban^ of 
soning: 

Pared 1: Change of a)ning from 
Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) witii 
a Motel and TourBt and Restau- 
rart (T-2) SuM)lement and Lfanited 
Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) to 
Lbn2|ted CcHiimerdal District 2 
(C4j 2) on certain property deag- 
nated as Lot 5, Block l; Lots 1 
ftrough 17. Block 2, Lots 8 and 
9. Block 3; M^ of LynAaven 
PaA. Said property being South of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard and East 
<rf North Lynnbaven Road. 



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pfhsd 2: Oiangii ef'sdiBng frran 
Residence Suburban District 3 
(R-S 3) to Limited Commercial 
District 2 (C-L 2), on certain prop- 
^ty located 200 feet more or less 
West of Eureka Avenue, fronting 
600 feet more or less on the South 
side of Virginia Beach Boulevard 
and running 400 feet more or less 
on the Eastern property line and 
530 feet more or less along the 
Western property line. Said parcel 
being triangular in shape. 

Parcel 3: Change of zoning from 
Residence Suburban District 3 
(R-S 3) to (Jeneral Industrial Dis- 
trict 3 (M-1 3). On certain property 
beginning at a point 300 feet more 
or less East of North Lynnhaven 
Road, running 1150 feet more or 
less along the North si<fe o/ South- 
ern Boulevard, having an average 
depth of 250 feet more or less. 

Farce! 4: Change of zoning from 
Residence Suburban District 3 
(R-S 3) to Multiple Family Resi- 
dence District (R-M) on certain 
property beginning at the South- 
west corner of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard and Eureka Avenue, 
running a distance of 450 feet more 
or less along the Western side of 
Eureka Avenue, running a dis- 



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tance ol 200 feet mtn-e or less 
along the South side of Virgtaia 
Beacii Boiilcvard, running a dis- 
tance of 590 feet more or less 
along the Western property line 
and a distance of 280 feet more or 
less along the Sauthem property 
line, Northern property line of 
Southern Boulevard. LYNMIAV- 
EN BOROUGH. 

II. Application of the Honorable 
CjHincil of the City of Virginia 
Beach for the following changes of 
zoning. 

Parcel 1: Change of zoning from 
Residence Suburban District 4 
fR-S 4) to Limited Commercial 
District 2 (C-L 2) of certain prop- 
erty designated as Blocks 107, 112 
and 113, as shown on the Plat of 
East Norfalk; Blocks J, K, L, M, 
N, O, P. Q. R, 10, 16, 23.' as 
shown on the Plat of Jacksondale. 
Said property being Iwunded on 
the East by Rosemont Road on 
the North by Virginia Beach Toll 
Road, on the West by Av«iue "A" 
and Pine Street and on the South 
by 9th Street, excluding Lots 1 
through 10, 17 through 19, Block 0. 
Parcel 2: Change of zoning from 
Residence Suburban District 4 
(R-S 4) to General Commercial 
District 3 (C-G 3) on certain prop- 
erty beginning no feet more or 
less East of the Southeast 'inter- 
section of the Norfolk and South- 
ern Railway and Rosemont Road, 
running 620 feet more or less along 
the Soutli side of the Norfolk and 
Southern Railway, having a depth 
of 130 feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line and 130 feet 
mare or less along the Western 
property line, running a distance 
of 500 feet more or less along the 
North side Qf Boyd Road. LYNN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 

HI. Application of the Honorable 
Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach to change all Agricultural 
Unrestricted Districts (A-U) to Ag- 
ricultural Districts (A-R). Said 
changes lie in the Blackwater, 
Kempsville, Lynnhaven, Princess 
Anne, and Pungo Boroughs. 
BLACKWATER, KEMPSVILLE, 
LYNNHAVEN, PRINCESS ANNE 
.4M) PUNGO BOROUGHS. 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH 

IV. .Application of the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach by Vir- 
ginia Beach Realty Corp. for a 
change of zoning from Retail Busi- 
ness District (B-1) to Multiple 
Family Residence District (R-3) 
and a Use Permit to construct ten 
apartment units on certain proper- 
ty located on the North side of 
18th Street beginning at a point 
176.5 feet* West of Baltic Avenus, 
running a distance of 80 feet along 
the North side of 18th Str^t. 

V. Application of C. E. Upton, 
Jr. for a change of zoning from 
Multiple Family Residence Dis- 
trict (R-3) to Motel-Hotel District 
fM-Hi and a Vss Permit to con- 
struct 40 apartments and hotel and 
motel units on certain property 
located on the South side of 24th 
Street beginning at a point 150 
feet West of Pacific Avenue and 
running a distance of 100 feet 
along the South side of 24th Street 
a distance of 280 feet along the 
Western property line and 100 feet 
along the Southern property line, 
Northern property line of 23rd 
Street and a distance of 280 feet 
along the Eastern property line 
Said property being Lots 5, 7, 8. 
and 10, Block 60. 

PUNGO BOROUGH 

VI. Application of Elwood M. 
Grant and Elwood Waterfield, Sr. 
by Lam and Hudgins, Attorneys, 
for a discontinuance, closure and 
abandonment of a portion of River 
.Avenue and Second Street. 

River Avenue: Beginning at a 
point 200 feet East of First Street 
and running in an Easterly direct- 
ion a distance of 200 feet more or 
less. 

Second Street: Beginning at the 
Southern boundary line of Curri- 
tuck Avenue and running in a 
Southerniy direction a distance of 
190 fett more or less. Said streets 
aie si.jwn in Map Book 36, Page 
13. 

PRI.NCESS ANNE B(HU)UGH 

VII. Application of Joseph Wat- 
son, Jr. by T;:onias C. Broyles, At- 
torney, for a change of zoning 
from Agricultural District (A-R) 
to Limited Commercial District 2 
'C-L 2i beginning at a point on 
Sa-th Lynnhaven Rsad 150 feet 
mare or less .\orth of Fern Ridge 
H :dd running a distance of 390.45 
: .: -i.ng tlie Sauth side of South 
I;.nr:; iivcn Road. Said parcel be- 
i:ij triangular in shape. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

VIII. Application of B. H. Mur- 
dtn and Estate of L. D. Murden 
by Thcmas C Broyles. Attorney. 
for a discontinuance, closure and 
abandonment of a portion of Mth 
Street beginning at a point on the 
West side of Baltic Avenue and 
running in a Westerly direction 
4?1 feet to the Eastern edge of a 
s'.ieam adjouiing property owned 
bv t^ic City of Virginia Beach. 



LEGAL NOTICES 



gasoline suppfy statkHi on captain 
property kicated at the Southeast 
intersection of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard and Oceana Boulevard. 
Said prf^rty frontinjg 220 feet 
more or less along the Sauth side 
of Virginia Beach Boulevard and 
190 feet more or less along the 
East side of Oceana Boulevard. 

X. Application of A. D. MiUer 
by Owen B. Pickett, Attorney, for 
a change of zoning from Multiple 
Family Residence District (R-M) 
to Limited Commercial District 2 
(C-L 2» on certain property kxrat- 
ed on the East side of Rudder 
Road, beginning at a point 490 
feet more or kss South of Okl 
Virginia Beach Road, running a 
distance of 453.5 feet on the East 
side of Rudder Road. 

XI. Application of Wayne Lustig 
for a change of zoning frwii Resi- 
dence Duplex District 2 (R-D 2) 
to Multiple FanUly ResWence Dis- 
trict (R-M) on certain property 
located on the West side of South 
Birdneck Road, begiiming at a 
point 1000 feet more or less South 
of Beautiful Street, fronting 276.38 
along the West ade of South Bird- 
neck Road. 

XII. Application of James E. 
Luster by J. Peter Holland, IH, 
Attorney, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 
4 (R-S 4) to General Commercial 
District 3 (C-G 3) and a Use Per- 
mit for a gasoline supply station 
on certain property located at the 
Northwest intersection of South 
Rosemont Road and Fourth Street, 
as shown on Plat of Rosemont, 
Map Book 2, Page 51, fronting 
250 feet more or less on the North 
side of Fourth Street, 180 feet 
more or less on the West side of 
South Rosemont Road. 

XIII. Application of Diocese of 
Southern Virginia, Protestant Epis- 
copal Church by Hugh S. Mere- 
dith, Attorney, for a Use Permit 
to construct a church on certain 
property located at the Northwest 
intersection of Adam Keeling Road 
and Woodside Lane, fronting 538.48 
feet on the North side of Wood- 
side Lane, 595.81 feet along the 
South side of Adam Keeling Road. 

XIV. .Application of Mary Carson 
Pyle by Thomas C. Broyles, At- 
torney, for a discontinuance, clos- 
ure and abandonment of a portion 
of Race Street, beginning at the 
South side of Bonney Road and 
running in a Sauthernly direction 
320 feet more or less to the North 
side of Second Street. iSaid street 
being 66 feet in width. 

XV. Application of John Ara- 
gona Enterprises, Inc. for a Use 
Permit to erect a billbord 8 feet 
by n.5 feet on the Southwest in- 
tersection of South Rosemont Road 
and Proposed Van Buren Drive. 

XVI. Application of George E. 
Snell, Flloyd P. Wilson, Mae F. 
Brumley, and Kari B. Smythe for 
a change of zoning from Residence 
Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Limited Commercial District 3 (C- 
L 3) on certan property located on 
Lots 1 and 2 of Subdivision of Two 
Acre Tract as shown in Map Book 
12, Page 61 and Lots shown as 
property of James R. Wood and 
India Wimbrow Wood as shown 
in Map Book 16, Page 63. Said 
property located on the South side 
of Laskin Road beginning at a 
point 480 feet more or less West of 
North Birdneck Road. More de- 
tailed information in the Office of 
the City Planning Commission. 

XVII. Application of S. L. Nus- 
baum & Co., Inc. for a Use Per- 
mit to erect a billboard 4 feet by 
9 feet 6 inches on certain property 
located on the South side of Las- 
kin Road, a distance of 290 feet 
more or less East of Birdneck 
Road. 

XVIII. Application of S. U Nus- 
baum & Co.. Inc. for a Use Per- 
mit to erect a billboard 4 feet by 

8 feet on the West side of Birdneck 
Road across from Chinquapin 
Lane. 

XIX. AppLcation of S. L. Nus- 
baum & Co., Inc. for a Use Per- 
mit to erect a billboard 4 feet by 

9 feet 6 inches located on tte 
North side of Laskin Road, a dis- 
tance of 150 feet more or less East 
of Cardinal Road. 

XX. Application of S. L. Nus- 
baum & Co., Inc. for a Use Per- 
mit to erect a billbtard 4 feet by 
4 fe^ on the East side of Birdneck 
Road, a distance of 30 feet more 
or less South of Chinquapin Lane. 

KEMP5VILLE BOROUGH 

XXI. .Application of B. B. Wills 
by Owen B. Pickett, Attorney, for 
a change of zoning from Residence 
Duplex District 1 (R-D 1» to Lim- 
ited Commercial District 2 (C-L 2) 
and General Commercial District 
2 (C-G 2) on certain property lo- 
cated on the West side of Kemps- 
villc Road and the North side of 
Indian River Road. 

Parcel 1 to be C-L 2: Beginning 
at a point on the North side of 
Indian River Road, 473 feet more 
or less West of Kempsville Road 
and running a distance of I»50 feet 



• LTOAL NOTICES 

of 1867 foet mare or Jew alai% the 
Noiihem property line aod a dis- 
tance of 1956 feet more or less 
abng fl)e ETastern prop^y fine, 
W^tem propcrff lirie <rf Kemps- 
ville Rjoad. 

Pared 2 to be C-G t: B^ianing 
at a point on the West sMe of 
Whitehurst Landing Road 100 feet 
more or less >faf1fc of the intar- 
secticm of Whitehurst' Landing 
Road and Ken^jsviUe Road and / 
running 236.16 feet along Wfake- 
hurst Landing Road. 

Pared 3 to be C-G 2: Beginning 
at a poiiH on the North side of 
Indian River Road, 290 feet more 
or less Ejist of Thom[*ins Lane 
and running a distance of 200 
feet more or less ateng the North- 
ern propety line and 200 feet 
more or less along the Western 
property line, and 200 feet more or 
less along the Eastern property 
line. 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

XXII. Application of Fata Corp- 
oration by J. Peter HoHand, III, 
Attorney, for a change of aming 
from Limited Commercial -District 
3 (CiL 3) to General Commercial 
District .5 (OG 3) of certain prop- 
erty located <p the We^ side of 
Witchduck Road beginning at a 
point 868 feet more «: less North 
of Richard Road fronting 80 feet 
more or less along the West side 
of Witchduck Road Iw a distance 
of 2K.34 feet along the Southern 
property line, a distance of 236.91 
feet along the Western property 
line, a distance of 255 feet more 
or less along the Northern prop- 
erty line. 

XXni. Application of S. L. Nus- 
baum & Co., Inc. for a Use Per- 
mit to CTect a billboard 4 feet by 
9 feet 6 inches located on the 
Northwest intersection of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard and Kellam 
Road. 

XXIV. Application of S. L. Nus- 
baum & Co., Inc. for a Use Per- 
mit to erect a billboard 4 feet by 
9 feet 6 inches on certain property 
located at the Southwest inter- 
section of Broad Street and Kel- 
lam Road. 

XXV. Application of S. L. Nus- 
baum & Co., Inc. for a Use Per- 
mit to erect a billboard 8 feet by 
8 feet on the Northwest intersect- 
ion of Virginia Beach Boulevard 
and Independence Boulevard. 

XXVI. Application of Thomas C. 
Drewett for a change of zoning 
from Limited Commercial District 
3 (C-L 3) to General Cwnmercial 
District 3 (C-G 3) and a Use Per- 
mit for a car wash with g^s 
pumps on certain property located 
on the South side of Shore Drive 
130 feet more or Iras West of Alle- 
ghany Avenue, fronting 93 feet on 
the South side of Shore Drive. 

XXVII. ApplicaUon of Mr. and 
Mrs. Joseph H. Chapman for ^^ 
change of zoning from Residence 
Suburban 4 (R-S 4) to Limited 
Commercial District 2 (C-L 2) on 
certain property located on the 
West side of Kellam Road beginn- 
ing at a point 212.08 feet North of 
Broad Street, running a distance 
of 53.02 feet along Kellam Road. 

XXVIII. Application of Five 
Parts, Inc. for a change of zoning 
from Limited Commercial District 
1 (C-L 1) to General Commercial 
District 1 (C-G 1) and a Use Per- 
mit to operate a gasoline supply 
station on certain property located 
on the East side of Independence 
Boulevard beginning at a ooint 
150 feet more or less North of 
Somkey Lane, running a distance 
of 50 feet along Independence 
Boulevard. 

XXIX. Application of Terry 
(Corporation of Owen and Guy, At- 
torneys, for changes of zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 
1 (R-S 1) to Residence Suburban 
District 4 (R-S 4) Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-M), Limited 
Commercial District 2 (C-L 2t, 
Limited C(Hnmercial District 3 
<C-L 3), and General Commercal 
District 2 (C-G 2) on property 
known as the Hudgins Farm being 
bounded on the South by Pem" 
broke Manor, on the West by 
Witchduck Road and Ferry Plan- 
tation Road, on the North by Old 
Donation School and property now 
or formerly Lee A. Gifford and Old 
Donation Church and Donation 
Shores, on the East by property 
now or formerly Hudgins. To be 
excluded in the area to be rezoned 
Residence Suburban District 4 
(R-S 4) is a 14-acre school site. 
More detailed information availa- 
ble in the Office <A the City Plann- 
ing Commission. 

All interested persons are in- 
vited to attend. 

F. MASON GAMAGE 
Director of Planning 

10 27 2T 



IX. Application of A. D. MiJier j more or l^s along the North sid: 

of Imiian River Road running a 
distance of 655 feet mom or less 
along the Western property line, 
E^aslern property line of TOwn^v 



by Owen B. Pickett. Attorney, for 
a change of zoning from Residence 
Duplex District 2 (R-D 2 1 to Gen- 
eral Commercial Distrkrt 2 (C-G 2 



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NOTICE 

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ba responsible for any debts in- 
curred by Miriam H. Bouchard, or 
any other person, other thp my- 
self. , . ' 

10 27 IT 



COMIMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

\ IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BE.\CH, ON 
THE 12th DAY OF OCTOBER, 
1966. 
GenCTal Finance Corporation, 

Cwnplainant, 
against 
D. B. Lane, 
3727 Meeting Street Road, 
Charleston, South Carolina and 
Spike's Service Center, Inc., and 

ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

1959 Ford, two door sedan, red, 
Serial No. A90G184299, and 

1958 Ford, four door, sedan, 
blue. Serial No. G8NT133250, and 

1966 Ford, two daor sedan, black 
Serial No. U6NG148734, and 

1964 Dodge Dart, blue, four door 
sedan. Serial No. 504-06598, and 

1964 Chevrolet Impala, white, 
two door hardtop. Serial No. 418- 
47T108534, and 

1960 Chevrolet, two door, green, 
Serial No. 01837IB173658, and 

11960 Ford Falcon, four door se- 
dan, black. Serial No. OK128174807, 
and 

1959 Chevrolet, four door sedan, 
green, Serial No. A^T177521, and 

1962 Corvette Convertible, ber- 
gandy. Serial No. 208S75113533, and 

1959 Rambler, green, four door 
sedan, Serial No. D-358844, and 

1957 Plymouth, four door sedan, 
blue. Serial No. 14368556, and 

1960 Opel, two door sedan, red, 
Serial No. 111298894, and 

1949 Ford Convertible, green. 
Serial No. 98BY-916303, and 

1957 Chevrofet, four door sedan, 
blue, Serial No. 575109951, and 

1960 Chevrolet, black, two door, 
Serial No. 01111F140087, and 

1960 Ford Convertible, blue. 
Serial No. DD55Y109856, and 

195 Plymouth, four door, blue, 
Serial No. 14283673, and 

1958 Ford, four door, green, 
Serial No. H8NT101199, and 

11954 Ford, Two door, red. Serial 
No. U4NV100648, and 

1957 Chevrolet, two door sedan, 
blue, Serial No. A57F178302. 

The object of this suit is to sub- 
ject the above described automo- 
biles to the judgement lien of the 
plaintiff and have said cars sold 
at public auction to satisfy the 
above mentioned judgment. And 
an.' 'affidavit having been made 
and h'led that the defendant auto- 
mobiles listed above are not resi- 
dent of the State of Virginia, it is 
Ijpdcred that the owners thereof 
and any person claiming an inter- 
est therein do appear here witWn 
10 (fys after due publication here- 
of, and do wha{ may be necessary 
to protect their interest in this suit. 
A Copy Teste: 

JJOH N'V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By; J CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Winston G. Snider, p.q. 
5209 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 20 4T 



COMMONWEAL'TH 0^ VIRGINIA 

IN THE CIJJRK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 20lh DAY OF OCTOBER, 
1966. 
BERTHA M.\E GRIFFIN, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
ROBERT LEE GRIFFIN, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

The object of this suit is for the 
said plaintiff to obtain a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonii Pursuant to 
Section 20-91 (9) of the Code of 
Virginia 1950, as amended from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation in excess of 
two (2) years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of thg State of 
Virginia, the last known p(»t off- 
ce a<Wress being: North Adams, 
Mass., it is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 Hen) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
, do what may be neccssry to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: PHYU^IS NEWNAM, D.C. 
Herbert S. Heid, Jr. p.q. 
1673 Lskin Road, 

Virfinfa B^ch, Virginia 

10 27 4T 



COMMONWEALIU OF VIKGINU 

IN TOE OJJRK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CmcUIT COURT OF TOE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 3M DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 
1966. 
JUANITA A. FARNSWORIU. 

t^laiiitiff, 
^inst 
WBiAAM L. FARJSWORTH. 

Ddiodaot 



LEGAL NOTICES 



^RDER OF PUBLICATH)»r 

"nx <^ject of this suit is lor Ifee 
sSid pbintiff to obtain a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonnii from the 
said defendari, upon the grounds 
of Separation for more thm two 
years. 

And an affidavit havii^ been 
:tiade and filed that the defoidant 
is not 'a resident' of The State of 
V|irginia, the last known post office 
address being: c/o P. O. Box 213, 
Jean McKinney, GuemeviUe, Cali- 
fornia, it is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 6 4T 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



VHIGINU: 

IN THE (XERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CFROUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BR^CH ON 
THE 4tii DAY OF OCTOBER, 
1986. 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a numicipal corporation, 
Cunplainant 
IN CHANCERY 
vs. 

T. P. POLLARD, et als. 
Defendants 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of the above styled 
suit is to sell, free and clear of 
all liens and encumbrances, for 
the satisfaction of the liens there- 
on, those certain lots, tracts or 
parcels of land, situated in the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
and bounded and described as fol- 
lows: 

All those certain lots, pieces or 
parcels of land, situated in Lynn- 
haven Borough, City of Virginia 
Beach, State of Virginia, known, 
numbered and designated on that 
certain plat entitled "Map of East- 
Norfolk, Princess Anne Co., Vir- 
ginia", dated Novemt)er 1906, 
by E. C. Foreman, C. E., which 
plat is duly of record in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court 
of th* City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, in Map Book 4 at Page 191, 
as Lots 18 and 19, in Block 73; Lots 
1 and 3 in Block 102 and Lot 17 
in Block 105; reference to which 
plat is hereby made for a more 
particular description of said lots. 
And it appearing from the aver- 
ments of the Bill of Complaint fil- 
ed herein and by affidavit duly fil- 
ed:. 

FIRST: That diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of the com- 
plaint to ascertain in what county 
or corporation the following de- 
fendants are, witliout effect, and 
their last known post office ad- 
dresses, where known, are as fol- 
lows: 

T. P. Pollard 
^ Address unknown 
' George West 
Address uhknown 
A. S. Pinner 
Address unknown 
Oolah Naomi Pettway 
913 Hanson .\venue 
Norfolk, Virginia 
SECOND: That tne said T. P. 
Pollard and other defondantg in 
this suit may have died leaving 
heirs, devisees, personal repre- 
sentatives, surviving consorts, or 
lien creditors and if so, their 
names are unknown and their last 
known post office addresses are 
unknown. That there are or 
miglit be persons other than those 
named in the Bill of Complaint in- 
tererted in the real estate to be 
disposed of in this suit whose 
names and last known post office 
addresses are unknown. 

It is therefore, ORDERED that 
the above named persons, if living, 
and if dead, their heirs, devisees, 
lien creditors and personal repre- 
sentatives, and if married, their 
respective consorts, and all other 
persons other than tfwse herein 
named, who are or might be in- 
terested in the real estate to be 
disposed of in this suit, whose 
nmnes are unknown, do appear 
within ten days after due publica- 
tion of this notice and do what is 
necessary to protect their inter- 
ests. It is further ORDERED tiiat 
the foregoing portion of this Order 
be published once a wedt for four 
successive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun a newspaper published 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

A Copy Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS Clerk 
By. J. CURTIS FRUIT, DC. 

10 6 4T 



And ad affkkyit hiidBg been 
made and filed that the (fefendarit 
is not a resktant of the State of 
Virginia, the last known p(^ office 
address beii^: 1840 Sin^on 
Street, &. Paul, Minesota, it is 
ordered that s^ do appear here 
witiiin 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her- 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry, p.q. 
1389 Laskin Road,' 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 13 4T 



NOTICE 
VIRGINIA: 

The Master Plan Report on 
Parks, Recreation, Open Space 
and Conservation revised by the 
Recreation Commission will be 
heard by the Council of the City 
of Virginia Beach on Monday, Oc- 
tober 24, 1966 at 10 o'clock A.M. 
in the Circuit Court, City Hall, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. Copies 
will be available for review at the 
offices of the Clerk of fte Circuit 
Court, City Manager and Planning 
Conanission. i 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: MILDRES) L. HENLEY, D.C 
10 13 2T 



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COMMONWEAL-ni OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CUIRK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 6th aAY OF OCTOBER, 
1966. 
MICEAEL CURTIS BAILEY, 

Plaintiff, 
CYNTHIA ANN MARTIN B.AI- 

LEY, Defendant. 
ORDER OP PUBLICATION 

The cbject (rf this suit is for tin; 
said plaintiff to <Atain a divorce 
A Viocuk) Matrimcmii from the 
said defendant, upon the gnnnds 
of 2 (two) years cootlmiout i^- 



VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIROUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BE.\CH 
ON THE 5th DAY OF OCTOBER, 
1966. 

In the Matter of 

VIRGINIA NA-nONAL B.\NK 
Executor of the Estate of 

ELLEN G. CALVERT 

SHOW CAUSE AGAINST 

DISIHIBUTION 

It appearing that a report of the 
account of Virginia National liaiiK, 
executor of the estate of Ellen G. 
Calvert, deceased, and of the debts 
and demands against Uie estate 
has been filed in the Clerk's Office, 
and that six months have elapsed 
since the qnalification, on motion 
of the personal representative it 
is ordered that the creditors of, 
and all others interested in, the 
estate show cause, if any they 
can, on the 4th day of November, 
1%6, before this Court at its 
courtroom against the payment 
and delivery of the estate to the 
legatees without requiring refund- 
ing bonds. 

It is further ordered that the 
foregoing portion of ttiis order be 
published once a week for four 
successive weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun. a newspaper published 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

A Copy Tests: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
George F. Darden, Jr., p.q. 
305 - 30th Street 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10 13 4T 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 5th aAY OF OCTOBER, 
1956. 

IN THE MATTER OF Tim ES- 
TATE OF 

ROBERT F. .ALLGOR, Deceased 
SHOW CAUSE ORDER 

It appearing that a report of the 
accounts of Seaboard Citizens Nat- 
ional Bank, Executor of the Es- 
tate of Robert F. AUgor, deceased, 
and of the debts and danands 
against his estate has been filed in 
the Clerk's Office of this Court, 
and that more than six months 
have ebpsed since the qualifica- 
tion of the said Executor, on mo- 
tion of the Executor, by counsel, 
it is 

ORDERED that the cralitors 
and all other persons interested in 
the Estate of Robert F. Allgor, De- 
ceased, do show cause, if any they 
can, on the 4th day of November, 
19f)6, before this CourtV against the 
payment and delivery of the net 
estate of said decedent to the le- 
gatees of the decedent in accord- 
ance with the provisions of the 
will of the decedent, without re- 
quiring refunding bond. 

It is further ORDERED that this 
Stiow Cause Order b6 published 
once a week for four (4i success- 
ive weeks in the Vli^lnia Beach 
Sun, a newspaper published in the 
City (rf Virginia Beadi. Virginia. 
A Copy— T«!Ste: 
JOHN V. FENTRES, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, DC. 
E. S. Ruffin & Son.s, p.q. 
520 Citizens Bank Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

10 13 4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERKS OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -niE 
CIT YOF VIRGLMA BEACH. ON 
THE 6th DAY OF OCTOBER, 
1968. 

ROGER L. WLNSOR. Plaintiff, 
against 

LOIS L. WL^SOR. Defendant. 
Mr. .A. J. Canada. Jr.. p.q. 
CmOER OF PI BLICA'nON 
TTje object d this suK is for the 
said plaiotMf to obtain a divorce 
from the bwids of Matriraajy from 
the said defendant, upem the 
grounds d t^^'o year separatist 



And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being: P. 0. Box 22. Peru, 
Nebradca, it is ordered that s3ie 
do appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN- V. FE:>TRESS, Clerk 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
3707 Virginia Beach BWd., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia ^ 

10 13 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 29t[i DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 
1966. 

ELVAS G. BOYD, Plaintiff, 
against 
IDA DELOIS REED BOYD, 

Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a di- 
vorce from the bonds of matri- 
mony from the said defendant up- 
on the grounds of two year separa- 
tion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is r^j a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post off- 
ice address being: 85 Harvard St., 
Springfield, Massachusetts, it is 
ordered that *e do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect her inter- 
est in this suit. 
A Cpoy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Messrs. Caton & Wriglit, p.q. 
2508 Pacific .\ venue, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

1£64T 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "niE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE lllh DAY OF OCTOBER, 
1968. 

PATRICIA RUTHERFORD GUI- 
ROLL, Plaintiff, 
against 

WILLIAM EDWARD CARROLL, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 
The object of this is for the said 
plaintiff to obtain a divorce a 
Vinculo Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grou.nds of 
cruelty tantamont to desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed itiat the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being; 337 Dayton St., 
Charleston, South Carolina, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect his interest 
in this suit. 
A Copy Teste: 

JOILN V. FENTRESS Clerk 
By: PHYLLIS NEWM.AN, D.C. 
Mary R. Speight, p. q. 
Board of Trade Bldg., 
Norfolk, Virginia 



10 13 4T 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



10 Special Notices 



W.ANTED. 
INFORMA'TION EXCIL\NGE: 

Genealogv early Randolphs in 
Princess .\nne County. Are Giles, 
So!om:n, or Willoughby familiar 
names? Please write. Mrs. Ronald 
Graham, Lake Park, Iowa 51347. 
10 27 IT 

ARTS COMPLETE HOME 
SERVICE 

General Cleaning 
Household Repairs 
Experienced Handyman 
340-7328 

10 20TFN 



Personnel Consultants, Inc. op- 
erates an office in the Executive 
Building' — Princess Anne Plaza. 
Applicants arc carefully screened. 
Call 340-2528. 

10 27 TFN 



CANDIDS BY CASS.ANDRA. Avail, 
.able by phoning 428-9096, betweai 
6 and 9 A.M. 6 16 TFN 



REH'EAVING 

F-r a reasonable price i— those 
skirts,* pants and uniforms can be 
rf adv for wear — anywhere! Call 
428-1^. 

10 27 TFS 

AUTOMOTIVE 



^Automobiles For Sale 

19K Ponliac, 4 door hard top 
Bonneville. Reason for selling— to 
settle estate. Can be seen at 209 
l(Mi Street. Virginia Beach. 

922 TTN 



BUSINESS SERVICES 

30 AppHanc« Service s 

NOTICE! 

Contractors & Home Builders — 
Let us help you with that new 
home — additions — or repairs. 
We can furnish materials from 
bascmer^ to attic and aid you in 
financing. 
Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 
(1) 426-2661 
■06^50 
426-3937 

tfn 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 Appliance Services 



VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoover, 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient lepairs. Pick up and de- 
livery. Phone 428-4222. Fud 
Feed & Building Supplies, Inc. 

tfo 



31 Building — Repairing 



PAINTING wanted. Small jobs, 

interior or exterior. Gall 428-7586. 

98TFN 



36 Home Maintenance 



cleaning chimneys and fireplaces 
— repairs. 

Atlantic Builders & Maintenance 
Corp., 211 24th Street, Virginia 
Beach. 428-7574 - Nights 428-7^0. 
Something new! Stap Smoking! 

10 6 4T 



EMPLOiMENT 



40 Help Wanted— Female 



Waitress, experienced. Year round 
position. Apply Blue Flame Res- 
taurant, 1884 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
8 25 TFN M 

41 KeTp Wantefl— Male 

MANPOWER, INC. 
URGENTLY NEEDS 
Typists 
. Stenographers 

We have immediate assignments, 
many adjacent to Virginia Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired-work on these temporary 
jobs when convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignment, 627-3661. 

Manpower, Inc. 

733 Boush Street 

5^-tfn 



42 Help Wanted 
Mate or Fem ale 

EARN WHILE 
YOU LEARN 

I will help you. Your time is your 
own. Prepare now for the Real 
Estate Boom. Excellent working 
conditions and fringe benefits. 
Call me. J. F. Peters, Office 340- 
3232, Heme 464-6933. 

Good:nan-Segar-Hogan 

Residential Sales Corporation 

- , 10 20 TFN 

43 Pofcftion Wanted— Female 

Excellent care for children and 
infants. Hour, day, week, week- 
ends. Reasonable. 513 21st Street, 
428-6792. 
9 29 5T 

44 Position Wanted— Male 



TUTOR — Elementary and High 
School subjects. Norfolk or Vir- 
ginia Beach area. 340-4434. 6-9-tfn 



MERCHANDISE 



SINGER SEWING MACHINE: in 
like new cabinet. ZIG-Z.\GS, 
makes buttonholes, fancy stitches, 
darns, etc Local party may a.s- 
sume pa\-ments of $11.14 monthly 
or pay complete balance of $48.60. 
Can be seen and tried out locally. 
If interested write: "National re- 
possession D-jpt.," Mrs. Dunn. Bo.\ 
814, Lynchiwrg. Virginia. 

10 6 41 



MERCHANDISE 

90 Articles For Sale 

Refrigerator — excellent condition. 
Magnavox television. Oil painting- 
den picture. Scatter rug^, Othe^-. 
articles. Call 428-2606. 

10 20 IT 



93 Household Goods 



CARPET FACTS - I can sell first 
quality regular $7.99 Dupont 501 
continuous filament and Caprolon 
nylons $3.99 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
colors. Call Mr. Parker— MA 2- 
9816. 3.24-tfn 

95 Lawn-Garden Supplies 

GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT, 
Write for Free Copy, Planting 
Guide-Catalog in «olor, offered by 
Virginia's largest growers of 
Fruit Trees, Nut Trees, Berry 
Plants, Grape Vines and Land- 
scaping Plant Material. Salespeo- 
ple wanted W.WNESBORO NURS- 
ERIE^S, Waynesboro. Virginia 
22980. 
10 6 4T 

109 Apts., Furn.-Unfurn . 

ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call 428-6666 or 428- 
2724. 3-17-tfn 

no Apartments Unfurn. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



Duplex — 2 bedrooms, pil heat. 
Year round rental. Electric range 
and refrigerator furnished. 315 
22nd Steet. Call 4^1940 or 428- 
3113. 
10 6 TFN 

111 Apartments Furnished 

Studio apartment — air-condition- 
ed. Gas heat, utilities furnistied. 
$75 monthly. Yearly rent. Conven- 
ient location. Call 428-3680 or 855- 
6861. 

10.13 4T 



111 Apartments F'jrniihed 

Home-like apartment. 2 bedrooms, 
living room, dining rorjm. kitcasn, 
screened porch, lV> baths. Off 
street parking. Yearly rental to 
adults. No pets. Holland, 411 22nd 
Street. Call 428-2301. 

10 27 TFN 

One bedroom, nicely furnished. 
Very comfortable and home like. 
Yearly rental to adults. No pets. 
Holland, 411 22nd Street. 428-2301. 
9 29 TFN 



1 bedroom, livmg room, kitchen, 
bath and large walk-in closet. Cen. 
trally located 4 blocks from beach. 
Reasonable rental. Comfortable. 
Call 428-1960. 7 28 TFN 



New eat-in kitchen, two bedrooms, 
living room, bath. Apply 206 19th 
Street. Call 428-95<». 

10 13 TFN 



BLUE MARLIN LODGE 
2411 Pacific Avenue 

Bachelors or couples. Completely 
furnished in luxury decor. All 
utilities, full kitchen and dining 
area. Ready for living — juit 
bring your suitcase. Come see for 
yourself. Call 423-6114 or 423-5(51. 

9 29 TFN 

1 bedroom, living room, kitchen, 
bath. Convenient to shopping, 
churches, laundromat. Very rea- 
sonable yearly rental. Pacific Ave- 
nue. Call owner 428-5016 or 428- 
2143. 

10 20 TFN 

New 1 and 2 bedrooms. Rates 
monthly, winter or yearly. Also 
rooms. Conveniently located for 
shopping, bases and so forth. In 
the heart of the beach. Call 428- 
6713. 

9 22 TFN 

Austin's Court Motel Apartments, 
206 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utihties fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnLshed rooms. Block 
from Bus Station. By wec-k or 
month. 

tfn 



Virginia Beach — 705 28th Street. 
Nicely fumis-hed 1 bedroom apart- 
ment. Good storage space. Large 
yard and trees. Owner — 42G-225S. 
9 29 TFN 



1 bodroom efficiency apartments. 
$65 to $75 monthly. Con\enient to 
shopping, laurKlrcjmat, theatre, 
ocean. Call -^8-9435. 

825 TFN 



1 bedroom. $55 monthly year 
round. Water furn;.shcd. Call 428- 
5234. 10 6 TFN 



MEN WANTED NOW 

TO TRAIN AS ACCIDENT 
INVESTIGATORS 

In,'urance companies desperately ntcd men to investigate the 
half-million accidoAs, fires, storm. wi.",d and hail los.ses that (k- 
cut daily. You can earn top monty in thi.', exciting. fa.>l mo\ing 
field. Car FumMjed . . . Expcn is Paid . . . No Selling . . . 
Full or Part-time. Previous exptrimc-e not necessary. Train at 
hwTie in spare time. Ke^ present job until ready to switch. Min 
urgently needed . . . pick your location. Local and Njtitn.il 
Employment ^\ssistance. Write us today. AIR MAIL, for free 
details. .\BSOHpM.Y NO OBtt.IG,\TION. A division of UTS., 
Miami, Fiorida, established 1945. 



bsBraace Adjusters Schools 
Dept. W-SM 



/ 



Name . . 
Mimt 



Age 



C^ 

»ate 



Zip 



Phoae 



10 27 4T 



Cavaher Drive, 3(i8. 3 and 5 room 
apartments fumished.'^Modern, air- 
conditioned. Yearly. Call 428-420f 
or MA 2-4575. 7 21 Tf^ 



APARTMENTS - Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper Realty, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, 4^1330. Nights 428-6833. 

3-2^n 



1 bedroom apartments completely 
furnisihed. All utilities included. 
Weekly, monthly rates. No lease 
requu-ed. 2700 Atlantic Avenue. . 
9 8 TFN 



1 1 1 A— Furnished Houses 



Garage apartment — 2 bedroo.Tis, 
living rocTi, kitchen and bath. $35. 
monthly. Cottage - 2 bedrooms, 
living rocm, kitchen and bath. $S5 
montiily. No pets. 428-6425. 

10 6 TFN 

I Ijc oarages tor Kent 



Solid Black Female Scottie — 8 
months old. Fh-st Colonial School 
area. Red collar. Reward. Call 
428-8004. 

9 22 TFN 



113A Houses. Furnished 
or Unfurnished 

1 bedroom $55. 2 bedroom $75-$l25. 
3 bedroom $85 $200. Anchor Real- 
ty. 4287421 arytime. 12-9-tfn 

115A 

Houses Unfurnished 



London B.-idge. 2 bedrooms with 
sbve and .'•efrigeratw. $75 per 
mcntii. Mr. DtHart. 340-8591, 
340-4971, 340-8311. . 

10 27 TFN 



Back Bay - 7 rooms, 2 baths, 
hot watsr heat. Electricity and 
water furnished. Call 425-6463. 

10 27 TFN 



PAINT 

SALE 

207° Discount 

Dupont - Sapolin 

DeHART 

HARDWARE 

CO. 



London Bridge 



9 1 TFN 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

116 Business Places 

For Ren t 

Store. 317 17Lh Street. Novembra- 
1st. $125. monHily. Call 428'1612. 
(Across from Colonial Store.) 

, 9 29 TFN 

37(W Virp'iiia Beach Boulveard. 
Office and retail store space avail- 
able. Brand new, beautiful, two 
story elevated buildmg. Ideally k>- 
caLed between Pembrokf Square 
and Princess Anne Plaza. Call By 
ler Realty, 34(K8081 or 3403805. 
12-9-tfn 

REaL ESTATE FOR SALE 

VlO Business P roperty 

Business or investmerrt propwty. 
30th Street between Pacific and 
Arctic. Lot size 50 by 140 with 2 
buildings housing Kolbe Hotel and 
Restaurant Equipment Co., and 4 
room realty office. Phone owner 
428-8533 - nights ^-9370. 

10 20 2T 

1 24 Houses For Sal» 

Wolfsnare Plantation. 2332 Planta- 
tion Drive. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths & 
large den on corner Jot. $21,900. 
Mr. DeHart, 340-8591, 340^11, 340- 
'«71 8 25 TFN 



Wolfsnare Road, No. 1816. 3 bed- 
rooms, 1 bath with car port. $12,- 
500. DeHart 34(^8591, 340-8311 3« 
497L 8 25''IirN 



3 and 4 bedroom. 2 bafli, brick. 
Ranch and 2 story homes. G.I., 
P.H.A. financing available. CaB 
Anchor Realty anytime. 428-7421, 
Member of MLS and NLS. 12-9-tfn 



125 Lots For Sale 



Gum 




SACK BAY - On 
Road neai Charity Church, z"-* 
acre. Ready to build on. Price 
$2,200. Phone 34a«311, 3404971, 
340-8591. ^i^fa 



Maury Riganto 
Aucfion Company 

non.I.'rl .\ii(ij,,ii,,|. \i,|„.ii-,. ,■ 
--|'|•(i;^li/.in},' In Itiisiii.ss .,tnl 
I I •'•■ Li(|iii(l,iriiiiis. Iiidti-. 



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TYPEWRITING 

SHORTHAND 

BOOKKEEPING. 

GOOD JOBS ARE WAIITNG! 

New Classes: Nov. 7 
Day and Night School 

Princess Anne 
Business 
College 

A Division of Norfolk College 

r07 Va. Beach Blvd. 

(S Blocks West oi Priacess 

Anne Plaza) 

Phone 340-0222 



NOTICE 



It's easy to place a low co=t cla^ied ad in the Virginia Beach 
Sun. .lust call 428-2401 and ask for Classified Department or fill 
in and mail the form below. It's that sknple! 

RATES 
Paid in advance— Minimum charge per insertion $1.50 for fifteen 

words, .05c each additional word. 

If We Have To Bill- M'riimu.m charge per insertion $2.00 for 15 

words, .07i! uich additional wurd. 



Classlfk'd .Ad Dept. 
Virginia Beach Sun 
P. O. Bo.t 657 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



23451 



Please run the following classUied ad times uodv 

the heading 



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Enclosed [J Atklress 

Bm 

Me □ Phone 

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SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
210 2Sth St. . . . Va. B«Mh 428-9331 



They Dig Approaches 



VIRGINIA MIACH - Whfle a 
group of clubwomen last week 

wei-e learning bow to approach the 



ground, two young women wcr« 

leamiflg how to approach the dsy. 

WU^eri^ Pines Garden CUh 



INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE - RENTALS 



JARVIS..0KITCHIN 



231 VA. BEACH BLVD. 

Established 1911 



GA 8-7755 



learned tbe pn^ier ^ifvoach to ef- 
fective landsca{^ frqm Mn. 
Nancy TtaanoH, Norft& Botanical 
Garden borticukurist. 

Mrs. Timmons was guest speak- 
er at the group's Oct. 18 meeting 
in the home ci Mn. J. F. ViHea 
on Twenty-Fifth Stre^ 

Mss mmt B. BrittoB, (ku^ter 
of Mr. and Mn. Lomd J. Bitt- 

ton of Cai^rbury Road, and MIn 
P^ricia L. Cohan, whose parents 
are Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Co- 
han, (A Lynnhaven Drive learned 
hew to approach an airplane. 

Both girls were among 20 who 

recently completed air stewardess 
training in PittsiHirgh, Pa., are 
now qualified to wear Allegheny 
Airlines hostess wings. 



'Mary, Mary' On Peninsula 



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erans and <me neofdiyte star in tiie 
Poiinsula Communtty Tlieater sec- 
ond producticm for the seMon, 
"Blary, Ifery". playing throu^ 
Saturfiv. in ^ Newpwt News 
Hi^ School auditorium. Veta^na. 
in the Jean Kerr situatira comedy, 
are David McChing. in the role of 
•Bob, the young publisher with a- 
wife, books and fiancee prob- 
lans. McClung is drama in^ruc^ 
at Hampton Hi^ school, and has 
appeared frequently on area stages 
and backstage, as actor, chweog- 
rj^her, dancer, singer, director 
and in many other capacities. 

Connie KendaU, will portray 
Bob's estranged wife, Mary, 
CkHinie is also known to Peninsula 
theatergoers for her beautiful sing- 
ing voice and acting talent, as wit- 
nessed in past Community Hieeter 
productions, "Camekit" and "A 
man for all Seasons". Coimie is a 



Beach Student 
Has Lead In 
Richmond Play 

Richmond Professional Institute 
opens the season wUh the recent 
Broadway hit, "Stop Tdr World— 
I want To Get Off-" The lead role 
of Little Chap, which Anthony 
Newly made famous to New York 
audi^ices, will be captured by 
Hugh WiSiams of Virginia Beach. 

After closing last years season 
with the "Fantastic's" lead, Mr. 
Williams returns to the newly 
named Gasli^ Theatre for a far 
more difficult and challenging role. 
In opposition with the typically 
Amo-ican boy of the "Fantastics"' 
Little Chap is a character whidi 
incon^>asses the circumference of 
man. From birth, through school, 
from tea boy to Member of Par- 
liament, Little chap learns the 
ropes of life, the hardships of man- 
hood, and the requirements of am- 
bition. 

What makes a soph(»nore major- 
ing in RPI's Drmatic Arts Cur- 
riculum qualified for such a chal- 
lenge? Mr. Williams, young as he 
is has been grinding away at his 
chosen profession for some time. 
From the West Cast's Summer- 
house Theatre's, to North Caro- 
lina's Lost Colony, to Virginia 
Beach and die Cowtyard Play- 
house, Suiraner Sands, and Nor- 
folk Little Theatre, has given him 
a versified background. Aside 
from theatrical accomplidmiaits, 
Mr. Williams convicted his fresh- 
man year as a Dean's List Stud- 
ent with scholastic ambition to at- 
tain his Master's degree. Between 
vocal rdiearsals, dance classes, 
academic coprses, and evening re- 
hearsals, the young man from Vir- 
ginia Beach hunyes a busy day. 

The part of Little Chap poses 
problems which WilMams has nev- 
er before experieiced. Most audi- 
ences find sympathy and identify 
with yttle Chap, but others feel 
he makes too many routine mis- 
takes and reject him. E:ach audi- 
ence will be another adventure for 
reactions. When asked his feeling 
toward the British "Chap" Mr. 
Williams answered readily, "He's 
everyone, a man who faces all the 
problems a man must face, and 
glories in all the joys of life. Well, 
I haven't lived throu^ it all, been 
exposed to many of the experi- 
ences I must portray, so learning 
a lot f^t has been my biggest 
problem." 




You Can Always 
Depand On 

Pic's 
31 St Cleaners 

SMaLAaON BOAD 



GAMM 



North Candbdan who c«ne to tfie 
Peninsula by way of ewery oAtr 
state in the Uni(», and Equador, 
Cuba and I^ru. Bruce FoBmer, 
who will be Oscar, also has cm im- 
pressively loi^ )J3t .of stage PW 
trayals to his credit, in several 
the^s from here to New Y<ffk. 

Alvin Fox, a Poiinsula attwney 
who has played with Everett Hor- 
ton fflid Eva Gab<H-, among ofixen, 
is a meiiAer of the Actors Equity 
and has done everything there is 
to do in thesAer bisiness. from 
starring to directing, to producing 
and to being president <rf the C<Mn- 
munity Itieater. Ifc will portray 
Dirk, Uie matinee idol. 

Making her debut on stage, 
amidst the pros, will be Janice 
Hedgepeth of New York and now 
of the Peninsula. Having attended 
the Theater's summer workshops, 
she decided to give it a try, and. 
having won the role of Tiffany, is 
all set to prove once again, that 
the Peninsula Conrniumty Theater 
is the East Coast's laiBiching 
ground for talent. The production 
is directed by Walthall Hamilton, 
assisted by Gerie Galusha and pro- 
duced by Bill Lawson. Gene 
Brown is K:enic designer. 



NAS Presents 
'Dam Yankees' 

Once afeain the Naval Air Sta- 
tion Norfolk has chtmai a smash 
hit muskal for the 1966 annual 
charity benefit stage play. 

Tliis year's presentatiwi "Min 
Yankees", adapted to tl» stage 
from a book by George Abbat and 
Douglas Walk)p, will be directed 
and choreographed at NAS by 
Jon Dawson and Barbara Theusen 
respectively. Both are well known 
professiomds in this area. 

Curtain time will be 8:30 P.M. 
Friday and Saturday, October 28- 
29 and November 4-5. A special 
matinee will will be presented each 
Saturday at 2 PM. Admission for 
the nightly performances is $2.00 
and for the matinees 50 cents. 

Highlighting the play, under the 
musical direction of Bruce Rob- 
erts, are the hit songs' "You've 
Gotta Have Heart, Whatever Lola 
Wants, The Game, and Near To 
You."' 

Damn Yankees is presented 
through arrangements with Music 
Theatj^'Tnteraational of New York. 



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on all savings for 
tlie semi-annual 
perioJ beginning 
July 1 1966. ^ 

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It's hard to plan a budget when you are wver 
sure what the heating bill will be. But there is 
a way you can pay the same low amount every 
month. Our Budget Heating Plan kts yoa pay 
your entire seascm's oil bill in 10 low monthly 
payments. No service fee or carrying charge. 
Budget heating is just one of the many services 
you get with our Heating Comfort Plan. 

Why not give us a call today and get the fuD 
details of our Automatic [Hlll^TDlN]© 
Delivery Service. Metered 
delivery tickets give you 
an accurate check of tbe 
amount you receive. 

Princess Anne Fuel Oil Co. 

1706 Virgni* (Mvh Mvd. Phem 42M051